Here's what it's like when Bill Nye catches you Snapchatting in the elevator

23 September 2017 @17:10 | Mashable
Here's a fun scenario: you're with your best friends on the Las Vegas trip of your dreams, and you're dancing in the elevator and Snapchatting on the way to the hotel pool. Suddenly, the doors open. Another person walks in. And that person ... oh, god, that person is Bill Nye. This very thing happened to Savana Prosch and her friends, who were in Vegas on Friday for the Life is Beautiful music and arts festival. continue...


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