Snapchat recently added this map feature to their app that allows you to see where your Snapchat friends are located. But these are the people we really wish we could locate…
Snapchat now has a map feature that allows you to locate your friends, but there are far more important people we’d like to see on the map instead.
Important people like… el elotero.
This would mean no more having to chase after him.
On hot days when you’re dehydrated and drenched in sweat, you know who would be nice to spot on your Snap Map? This guy:
We all have that one friend who always ends up drunk at the club, wanders off with strangers and doesn’t answer his or her phone. Snap Map would definitely come in handy.
If only this would also help me find Stephanie’s other shoe.
And once you finally locate your borrachita friend, the next person you’ll want to search for on your Snap Map is El Taquero.
There really isn’t a more important search at 3 a.m. (aside from Stephanie’s shoe) than el taquero when your late-night, drunk munchies are at their peak.
But your drunk friend isn’t the only person you lose in public places. It would also be nice if you could use Snap Map to locate your mom every time that you lose her at the store.
With this, you would no longer have to yell out your mom’s name throughout the store trying to find her.
You’d also avoid a ton of stress if your teeny tiny keys were on Snap Map.
This would be wayyyy better than flipping your room upside down trying to look for them.
Snap Map, it would be amazing if you could help prevent someone from getting lost, like primos, nieces or nephews while we’re babysitting them.
This way you’ll be able to relax on the couch and babysit the kids from your phone.
But younger primos, nieces and nephews aren’t the only trouble-makers who you need to keep track of. Having your novio on Snap Map would be ideal. 😈
You could use this to locate every time he’s at a food spot to text him your order.
Snap Map could even help you avoid getting yelled at if it showed you your mom’s ETA.
And it’d work wonders with curfew.