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I decided to do a social experiment with the men on Tinder by reversing the roles after a message I received last week left me bewildered. " and yet one guy messaged me and before even a "Hi, how are you?

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'What a Wonderful World' by Louis Armstrong (1968)Following the 9/11 attacks , Clear Channel Communications issued an advisory memo to its 1,300 US radio stations listing some 150 'inappropriate' songs.

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From there on they can send images and messages to each other through Snapchat, which is used by the app.

Langsford said she took a screenshot of the image on her phone and failed to realise that her camera roll – which featured the rude image sent from a girlfriend – was visible at the bottom.

Explaining the mishap on Loose Women she said: “My niece sent me some pictures on Whatsapp and I was trying to find a picture of my mum where she was looking at the camera. “What I didn’t know is that when you get sent those racy, saucy and amusing pictures that go around on Whatsapp, I didn’t realise they get saved to your camera roll.

Parents have been warned about a smartphone app that is being used by teenagers to ‘swap naked pictures of themselves’.

Schoolchildren have allegedly been sending x-rated posts to both strangers and friends on the ‘Yellow’ app.

From there on they can send images and messages to each other through Snapchat, which is used by the app.Langsford said she took a screenshot of the image on her phone and failed to realise that her camera roll – which featured the rude image sent from a girlfriend – was visible at the bottom.Explaining the mishap on Loose Women she said: “My niece sent me some pictures on Whatsapp and I was trying to find a picture of my mum where she was looking at the camera. “What I didn’t know is that when you get sent those racy, saucy and amusing pictures that go around on Whatsapp, I didn’t realise they get saved to your camera roll. Parents have been warned about a smartphone app that is being used by teenagers to ‘swap naked pictures of themselves’.Schoolchildren have allegedly been sending x-rated posts to both strangers and friends on the ‘Yellow’ app.Ruth Langsford has explained how she accidentally tweeted an x-rated picture on Mother’s Day.