A little son from Manchester, England, who was a “huge fan of Snapchat” has revealed that he was a little boy who swiped up and took selfies of himself, before he started to have a hard time remembering the words.
The boy, named Jordan, told The Sun that his family had been using Snapchat for a few years, and that he didn’t have any friends with whom he could use the app.
“I’m an Instagram addict, I’ve always been like that, but not for social media,” he said.
He added: “I was like, ‘Why am I doing this?'”
The teen said he was initially frustrated with his inability to remember the words he had been swiping to.
Jordan said: “Sometimes I was like ‘Oh, that’s not what I said, I should be swiping left and right’, and I was just like, why is my dad swiping that way?”
“It was frustrating, it was annoying,” he added.
“I didn’t know what was happening.”
Jordan said his dad would “swipe right and left” but said it was a difficult process to remember what he had just done.
Despite having a hard start to life, Jordan said he now has a “sense of humour” and has “grown into” the new smartphone age.
In addition to his new smartphone, Jordan’s parents also bought a $500 iPhone X with a 6-inch screen.