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Snapchat just introduced a cool new feature with a seriously weird video

Snapchat, your favourite fleeting video sharing platform, just got a new feature.

It's called 'Memories' - a neat way of saving and sharing snaps and stories from your account with the wider world.

When you're in the camera screen, you'll be able to swipe up and access the Memory section, which includes a neat search tool for finding that hilarious video of your dog you took last week.

However, Snapchat realises there might be some footage that you don't want other people to see. You know what we're talking about. Filth. Utter filth. Which it addressed in a very weird video to introduce the new feature. 

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