Watching Your Friends' Snapchat Stories
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Watching Your Friends' Snapchat Stories is a phrase and image macros used to described the Fear of Missing Out or F.O.M.O.
In 2011, the social networking application Snapchat launched, allowing users to post pictures and videos that would delete after a certain amount of time.
On May 30th, 2014, Twitter  user @ashiepowers tweeted a frame from the film Napoleon Dynamite with the caption, "Watching your friends' snapchat stories and seeing that they all hung out without you." The post (shown below) received more than 60 retweets and 90 likes in four years.
On June 18th, 2016, Twitter user @charansh tweeted a photograph of a man with his body pressed up against a window and the caption, "Watching your friends' vacation stories on Snapchat like." Within two years, the tweet (shown below, left) received more than 5 retweets and 20 likes.
Several months later, on September 26th, Twitter user @carolinedaviess tweeted a photograph of United States Senator Bernie Sanders watching the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election Debate. They captioned the photograph, "watching your friends snapchat stories when they didn't invite you out with them:" The post (shown below, center) received more than 40 retweets and 140 likes in two years.
On July 25th, 2018, Facebook  account Guff posted a tweet by @Tee1994x, featuring Pablo Escobar Waiting with the caption "Watching your friend’s vacation stories on snapchat like." The post (shown below, right) received more than 6,500 reactions, 3,900 comments and 12,000 shares in five days.
 Twitter – @ashiepowers's Tweet
 Twitter – @charansh's Tweet
 Twitter – @carolinedaviess's Tweet
 Facebook – Guff's Post
 Twitter – @Tee1994x's Tweet
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