Last Night Never Happened- video with gap-fill
Watch the video and put these words into the correct gap: etiquette, app, media, world, accounts, oxymoron, evidence,
BY KRISTEN BRODY
Anchor: Jim Flink
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Remember that night you drunkenly Facebook messaged your boss? Or tweeted how much you missed your ex-girlfriend? Well now you don’t have to… or at least you don’t have to see the _______.
“Introducing Last Night Never Happened. The world’s first ‘morning after’ app.
Erase Facebook photos, Facebook comments, tweets, Twitter Direct messages.
Cover your tracks. Avoid Embarrassment. Save your social life. Download LNNH today.”
(Video Source: YouTube)
The app works by connecting to users’ various social _______ accounts, then allowing them to choose a certain time frame to erase.
A writer for The Huffington Post’s technology blog says Last Night Never Happened just might be a smart purchase.
“The last five years have been an incredibly rude awakening for millions of people having to face the fact that online privacy may increasingly be an _______.”
But a blogger for The Portland Mercury isn’t buying it, and actually finds the whole idea kind of sad.
“I thought it was funny to joke about my iPhone needing a breathalyzer—until someone actually invented one. But as etiquette has tended to develop a few steps behind technology it is interesting to now see technology specifically addressing questions of _______.”
Anchors for The Young Turks are locking horns over L-N-N-H. One thinks it’s brilliant, and one finds it laughable.
“Ya genius, best app of all time.”
“It’s not though.”
“It’s one of the most necessary apps in the history of the _______.”
“I guarantee that by the time you sober up the entire world has already seen your rant, okay? It’s like the UCLA girl. She posted that video and an hour later she’s like ‘oh bad decision I’m gonna take it down’– by the time she took it down it was already posted on several other _______ .”
“No you’re not gonna talk me out of this, it’s definitely a good app.”
Finally, Gizmodo’s Kat Hannaford admits she enjoys laughing at crazy posts, but thinks Last Night Never Happened is a good fix for those who need it.
“It’s not fun to embarrass yourself in front of colleagues, prospective employers and your friend’s Mom who bizarrely started following you on Twitter the other week, though. Hence why fellow boozehounds should probably cough up the $2 this _______ costs.”
According to the Business Insider, Last Night Never Happened is 99 cents for a limited time– and works on iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.
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