Snapchat is no doubt one of the hottest apps around right now, but not everyone gets the point of sending pictures and videos that will self-destruct.
In The Fine Brothers latest installment of "Elders React," they had their crew of older (and wiser) folks weigh in on the photo messaging application.
While they seemed amused at first, taking selfies and adding doodles to their snaps, they were puzzled and less-than-thrilled when they learned that their photos would be gone within hours. "Why would anyone do that?" one of the elders asked. "It's kinda stupid," said another.
But a few of the others were a little quicker to pick up on why the app might be used by those wanting to send less-than-innocent messages (though the majority of users say they use it primarily to share funny content).
"All that sexting and texting and nude pictures and all that -- politicians should get into this," one of the elders commented.
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