Make no mistake about it: Snapchat was invented so you can capture and send dirty pictures. If this weren’t the truth, why the hell would the images be temporary and then wiped from the earth? There is absolutely no reason for Snapchat’s existence aside from its explicit origins.

It doesn’t matter, though, because now we have TrickPics, an app from Pornhub that not only allows but encourages nude photos. Once a naked image is captured through the app, users can censor their dirty bits with a colorful selection of augmented images with clever-yet-icky names like “Magnum,” “Hand Solo” and “Trouser Snake.”

These, of course, are the names of penis-related graphics. For a lady’s downstairs, she can choose from visuals labelled “Instaclam,” “My Precious” and “Midnight Snack”. “Mile Highs,” “Bigguns” and “Knock Knockers” are the options given for a woman’s breasts. Which is pretty fun, I guess.

The gimmick the app is selling is allowing users to capture their nude pics consequence-free by making their NSFW images safe for work via the exclusive graphics. “Selfies have become a popular form of self-expression in today’s society,” Corey Price, VP at Pornhub said of the app’s release. “They are essentially the self-portrait of the digital age, capturing individuals in all their glory…especially those that serve our vanity.”

Price believes the nude selfie is one of the more, if not the most, prevalent vanity-driven image among today’s millennials. “Our fans can now share sexy pics with a twist, in a fun way that evokes their creativity.”

Of the app’s appeal, Price tells Playboy, “Most social media platforms have stringent policies that prohibit users from expressing themselves creatively. TrickPics, on the other hand, encourages it.” And he’s not wrong. Apps like Instagram and Snapchat will not allow for much—if any—nudity on their platforms. Trust us, we are Playboy after all.

But now exhibitionists can apply these fun filters and post their generated image on any social media platform—provided you’ve sufficiently covered yourself up to their liking.

But let’s get real here. Anybody can take a nude image of themselves and overlay it with an emoji. My fianceé and I can show you some proof. If I ever send her an explicit image, I cover my package with an unnecessarily large pizza emoji. Why? Because I love pizza. My fianceé, on the other hand, opts for donuts. Why? Because I love donuts. Yes, I understand both emojis primarily appeal to me, but she’s vegan, so I don’t have many appealing options to choose from.

A bonus: TrickPics’s images are not shared anywhere or with anyone. Once the picture has completely loaded (which takes an unnecessarily long time), the image is saved directly to your phone’s camera roll.

Once I saw the final product for myself, I noticed the graphic overlays were animated, which was a fun touch. However, in terms of innovation, I don’t personally think TrickPics is anything extraordinary. As I mentioned earlier, it’s no different from Snapchat, aside from the crude humor and sexy graphics.

I’ll admit these are fun, but not fun enough fun for me to use the limited space I have left on my phone for it. I’ve since deleted the app and will continue covering my genitals with animated slices of pizza.

Below is a promotional video a video for the app.

If you’re interested in giving TrickPics a shot, click here for iOS and here for Android.