Facebook: Relationship Request DENIED


Oh the wondrous Facebook Timline, where people post  updates about their lives to satisfy the curious thoughts of distant minds.  Every now and then I notice a lover’s quarrel via facebook and i can’t help but wonder “Do you have any idea how ridiculous you look right now?”  I could’ve sworn that what goes on in a relationship is only supposed to be between the two individuals in the relationship?? I understand that many see facebook as a mechanism to vent their frustrations but there is nothing more perplexing or entertaining than watching the disaster I like to call the “facebook blowout”.  Such blowouts may include but aren’t limited to couples being caught cheating via facebook, as well as spats/ arguments/ etc. that are broadcasted for hundreds, thousands, hell even millions to see.  There’s nothing worse than having everyone in your business anyways why make it that much easier???

Another relationship no-no is the constant 30 second “I love you schnookies” and “i miss you boo boo”s that I see on my timeline all the time.  Wouldn’t it be more meaningful to simply tell the person that you love them while they’re sitting next to you as you stalk their profile???  I understand that some people do these things to ward off potential “homewreckers” that may be googly-eyeing your mate but please keep the updates/posts to a minimum otherwise you risk severely annoying your mate and  looking like the obsessive and needy other half that has no life.

Just recently a friend of mine has had her profile fall victim to the “boyfriend blowout”.  As soon as you click on her profile you see nothing but his face streaming through her timeline. Cute, but excessive.  At one point he proceeded to post a very detailed and personal matter on her profile, to which she responded “some things are personal and i’d rather not put this on facebook,” but he didn’t seem to mind the audience.

Even though I’m sitting here preaching about the woes of incorporating facebook into your romantic life I’d be foolish to ignore all the times where it played a key role in exposing the liars, cheats, playboys, bimbos, skanks, etc.  It’s crazy to think about what a prominent role it plays in relationships whether we like it or not.  Just think about how many arguments were stemmed from mysteriously hidden relationship statuses, flirtatious wall posts from friends of the opposite sex,  inappropriate tagged photos, or worse, tagged photos of the couple that mysteriously became untagged.

Either way the moral to the story is that Private matters should remain private and not publicized on facebook people. The next time you feel that urge to embarass your partner with 15 straight “i love you boo boo cakes” wall posts please hit the delete button accordingly, look to your left, open your mouth, and TELL THEM.

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