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Woman Comes Up With Clever New Way To Send Booty Pics To Guys—And Now Everyone’s Trying It

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Sexting has been around probably since the advent of the text message in 1992. Nudes came into the picture when cameras were added in 2000.

Fast forward to 2019. The world is at its technological peak, but sexual flirtation on phones has not really progressed for the last 19 years. Until now.

Eighteen year old Monica Escalante just created a new way to send naughty pictures by combining modern technology with a 150-year-old pastime. What is this century and a half old hobby?

Sliding puzzles.

Sliding puzzles were first invented in the 1870s by Noyes Chapman of upstate New York. The game is more commonly known as the 15 puzzle.

The originals were made with:

“a 4-by-4 grid, with 15 numbered squares and one space left empty.”

The point of the activity is to put the numbers in order by sliding the pieces around.

The 15 numbers have since been replaced with various other things, like pictures.

Of course, with it being 2019, there is an app for this puzzle called WIT Puzzles.

According to BuzzFeed News, Escalante and her friends have used WIT Puzzles as a fun challenge for about a year.

Recently, the young woman thought of a more creative way to use the puzzle app.

“My friends and I would just send random pics and see who would solve them the fastest and then an idea hit me and I was like wait, he wants a booty pic I’m gonna make him work for it. So I just decided to send my booty pic as a puzzle.”


The puzzle solving turned out to be as rewarding as she thought.

“I am pretty sure he liked it, he solved it super fast, in less than 5 minutes with 34 moves.”

Escalante posted her idea on Twitter, garnering more than 55,000 likes and 11,000 shares at the time of this article’s writing.

People everywhere are adopting Monica’s brilliant NSFW selfie idea (note the NSFW warning).

But not everyone’s puzzles are going according to plan.


Whether or not it worked for them, people can’t help but appreciate Monica’s innovation.

Parents, maybe check on your teens when they say they’re doing a puzzle ????.

The original style sliding puzzles are still available here.


For something more challenging, try Chroma Cube Logic Game with 25 Puzzles, available here.


Written by B Miller

Travel lover, dog Mom, Slytherin, future wifey.