7 Snapchat Streaks That Are Meaningful To Me

7 Snapchat Streaks That Are Meaningful To Me

The stories behind these streaks and what they mean to me.


Snapchat is what most millennial's use to define relationships with their friends. Snapchat has really taken over the world and has made a way to communicate with people in a fun way. You can send your friend a picture of yourself with the weird filter or the basic dog filter. But, one of the more unique features is the "Snap Streaks" we all know what they are.

You may have these streaks with people that you love deeply or maybe you have a few with people that you haven't said a word to other than a random snap saying "streaks." Who are the people that you snap and build these streaks with? I'll share mine there are some of them that I really care about and a couple I don't know why I have it going. I won't name anyone, you probably know who you are by the number, I mean just check snap in case you forgot.

1. 996 days

Yes, I do have a streak lasting 996 days, be amazed. But, the person I have this streak with him and I go way back. Truly, this guy is one those "ride or die" type friends. We have been best friends since 2nd grade, man that is longer than any streak can handle. We have been through a lot together and he is one of the only friends I can trust saying anything to and not feel judged. This streak has lasted trips to Canada, Hawaii, and even across the pond to Europe. But, this is not just a streak to me. I love this guy and he is my best friend, so cheers to our 983 day streak and our powerful friendship.

2. 602 days

Another really great friend right here. Him and I have gone to the same school since grade school. It has really flown by and I have watched him grow into a great guy and a great friend. I never thought I would ever talk to this guy, but he has stuck with me somehow. We hangout a lot at college and relish those times that we spend together. Playing madden, talking about girls, showing each other memes, and seeing some movies every now and then. Our streak is mainly us just saying how much we want to jump off bridge because of classes, but I love it. Hey man, stop leaving me on read sometimes though(i kid, I kid).

3. 380 days

My goodness where do I start with this person. She is one of the craziest friends that I have ever had not even kidding. I mean that in good taste of course. This is one of those long distance friendships that is really meaningful when we do snap it is great, sense I rarely see her anymore. Our friendship goes back to high school and honestly this is another one I'm surprised has lasted so long. Her and I argue a lot, but it is all in good fun. She's a great friend that I wish never took off for Florida, but she's living her best life right now. One of the strongest girls I have ever had the pleasure of calling a friend. Stay strong and come home soon, if you ever read this.

4. 159 days

Going back to the first person mentioned, this one is another one of those "ride or die" ones. We have been just as far back and we really didn't become friends till 8th grade. How is that possible? We had been in the same class throughout middle school, but we were in that weird different friend circle thing. We stopped talking for awhile during high school, but I never once stopped considering her a friend or a best one at that. She has inspired me to go for my goals and don't take crap from people, have not told her that in person but I hope these words can give you the same impact. Always will be one of my best friends and hopefully we will see each other soon.

5. 47 days

I'm going to be completely honest with this one, I have no idea why this streak even exist. We have literally never met in person, but we go to the same school. I'll tell you she's a very pretty girl and I probably only started this streak holding out hope that we could meet one day. It probably won't happen at all and I still question why I started it or why her and I keep it going? What's the point? Hey, the world is small and we could bump into each other, I'm not counting on it though. Yeah, this is one I wish never happened.

6. 49 days

This person is a mutual friend of other two mentioned before. She's super cool and really funny. This is another person I have not met in person yet, but I hope it changes. I think it just started and I just went with the streak because she is really fun to talk to. No, I'm not spilling out any feels right now people reading this. At the end of the day I consider this person a friend and a good one. Literally, the only person that I can talk about Bojack Horseman with and real talk it's amazing. I think I could keep this streak going, but for the friendship reasons.

7. 19 days

I met this guy in class during the fall semester. We had a couple of classes together and he is a cool guy. We talk on Snapchat every now and then, but I wouldn't label us in that friend category yet. I know this dude around campus and I think I would like having him as a friend. One week isn't too long and maybe this streak could also turn into a good friendship.

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I'm A Woman And You Can't Convince Me Breastfeeding In Public Is OK In 2019

Sorry, not sorry.


Lately, I have seen so many people going off on social media about how people shouldn't be upset with mothers breastfeeding in public. You know what? I disagree.

There's a huge difference between being modest while breastfeeding and just being straight up careless, trashy and disrespectful to those around you. Why don't you try popping out a boob without a baby attached to it and see how long it takes for you to get arrested for public indecency? Strange how that works, right?

So many people talking about it bring up the point of how we shouldn't "sexualize" breastfeeding and seeing a woman's breasts while doing so. Actually, all of these people are missing the point. It's not sexual, it's just purely immodest and disrespectful.

If you see a girl in a shirt cut too low, you call her a slut. If you see a celebrity post a nude photo, you call them immodest and a terrible role model. What makes you think that pulling out a breast in the middle of public is different, regardless of what you're doing with it?

If I'm eating in a restaurant, I would be disgusted if the person at the table next to me had their bare feet out while they were eating. It's just not appropriate. Neither is pulling out your breast for the entire general public to see.

Nobody asked you to put a blanket over your kid's head to feed them. Nobody asked you to go feed them in a dirty bathroom. But you don't need to basically be topless to feed your kid. Growing up, I watched my mom feed my younger siblings in public. She never shied away from it, but the way she did it was always tasteful and never drew attention. She would cover herself up while doing it. She would make sure that nothing inappropriate could be seen. She was lowkey about it.

Mindblowing, right? Wait, you can actually breastfeed in public and not have to show everyone what you're doing? What a revolutionary idea!

There is nothing wrong with feeding your baby. It's something you need to do, it's a part of life. But there is definitely something wrong with thinking it's fine to expose yourself to the entire world while doing it. Nobody wants to see it. Nobody cares if you're feeding your kid. Nobody cares if you're trying to make some sort of weird "feminist" statement by showing them your boobs.

Cover up. Be modest. Be mindful. Be respectful. Don't want to see my boobs? Good, I don't want to see yours either. Hard to believe, I know.

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I Will Never Start A YouTube Channel With My Significant Other

A relationship should be between the two lovers and nobody else.


From my perspective, 2018 seemed to be the year of relationship breakups, especially on YouTube.

YouTube has become especially popular in the last few years. For many, YouTube is how they generate income, make connections, promote their work and make wonderful memories they'll carry with them forever.

However, there's one trend on YouTube I'm a bit skeptical about: couple's channels.

Don't get me wrong, I love watching people show love, affection, and happiness for each other, especially if they're able to earn a living for doing what they love with the person they love.

However, being together all the time for the sake of a YouTube channel can have negative effects over time.

This type of lifestyle doesn't leave much room for individuality. They're always together from the minute they wake up until they go to bed. Between filming, editing and brainstorming ideas for tomorrow's video, they don't get time to themselves.

What about their own separate hobbies? What about individual identity?

Let's take Shannon and Cammie, a famous YouTube couple that broke up a few years ago, for example.

They were together for about three years, but they posted a video in 2016 about the reasoning behind their breakup.

They had mutually agreed to end the relationship because even though they were happy with each other, they weren't happy with themselves.

When fans found out, they were shocked. How could this beautiful couple break up? They were always together, and they seemed so happy!

Maybe that's where the problem lied.

They were always together, even when they went on vacations, they were filming and editing the whole time so that the fans could get a glimpse into their world. What would be considered a fun time to relax for most of us was work for them.

When your relationship life and relaxation time becomes obligatory, it becomes unhealthy.

This happens way too often.

Furthermore, when these couples break up, not only are they losing their significant other, they're losing a huge part of their image.

They lose a channel. They lose subscribers which means they lose money. They lose a part of themselves.

They have fans begging them to get back together, making edits of the couple from when they were still together, reposting their deleted videos, etc.

In a way, fans believe they're owed something as they've become too emotionally invested in a couple they're not even going to meet, let alone be a part of.

They don't owe anyone anything.

If I ever break free from the "Terminally Single" club, I won't make my world revolve around them.

A significant other should be a part of your life, not all of it.

I won't be "Sarah J, so-and-so's girlfriend." I'll be "Sarah J, stand-up comedian, actress, writer and speaker who happens to be in a relationship with so-and-so."

Let's bring back healthy relationships that focus on growing together as well as individually.

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