If there's one thing that Snapchat users love more than the app's dog and flower-crown lenses, it's the scissors tool.
The idea behind the tool isn't revolutionary, but, like much of Snapchat, it is pure fun. Take a photo, tap the scissors icon on the upper toolbar, and outline the part of the photo that you want to turn into a sticker. You can make your sticker smaller or larger, move it anywhere on screen, and save it to the regular stickers tab for future use. It's a very simple form of Photoshop.
A simple "snapchat sticker" Twitter search proves that boys aren't the only ones using stickers to subtly photoshop their bodies; apparently, women are creating stickers of their breasts, too.
Of course, not everyone is using stickers to sext. Below, a brief overview of some of the most popular sticker scenarios.
Exhibit A: Photobombing your teachers.
Exhibit B: Mocking friends.
Exhibit D: Taking pet love to the next level.
Exhibit E: Putting yourself in unlikely scenarios.
Have another sticker use case you're crazy about? Tell us in the comments.