Thursday, April 28, 2016

What Does The Monkey Emoji Mean On Snapchat?

Ever since Empire teamed up with Snapchat to offer the gold headphones filter, many fans have continued to use the app.  If you're still learning to use the app then this post is for you!

What Does The Monkey Emoji Mean On Snapchat?
What Does The Monkey Emoji Mean On Snapchat?
The middle image of the animal holding its ears means you sent a Snap without a sound.  To get the "Hear No Evil" emoji you simply have to adjust your sound settings to mute.  If that doesn't work switch you phone to silent mode.


While enjoying the app is important you have to know when you're taking things too far.  BuzzFeed reports that an 18-year-old crashed her car while playing with the app's speed filter.  The driver is being sued after the accident left the passenger in the vehicle she hit with brain damage.

NBC News reports that the accident took place in Georgia.  The app's speed filter is able to track how fast users are moving so Christal McGee tried to push it to the limit.  To make things worst, McGee decided to post a picture of herself on Snapchat after the accident.

The image showed McGee with blooding dripping down her forehead.  She captioned the image, "Lucky to be alive." Be safe out there!

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