A time capsule, its contents wrapped in aluminum foil, hidden in a wall in by a teenager who had lived there. Inside was a Courier-Post front page from Wednesday Oct. There was a penny from , and a handwritten note to the future. I have brown hair and brown eyes. The note, on lined copy book paper, is deteriorated, and some words are missing. But those that remain make its purpose clear.
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What do teens, fruits, and Snapchat have in common? They're the three vital components of a new coded social media craze designed specifically to confuse boys. Specifically, teenage girls have devised a diabolical plan to confuse and frustrate their potential love interests by posting fruit emojis on their Snapchat Stories to offer a glimpse of what's going on in their love lives and indicate their relationship statuses Details of the game have leaked onto popular virtual forums like Reddit, however, so even baffled guys can find out what the cherry, for example, means on Snapchat with a little internet sleuthing — especially if they want to know what their crushes are thinking, and whether or not they're available.