What I mean by that is they don't really understand which pictures they look good in/ don't look good in (lol) or won't even post a picture for like 22 weeks.
And it usually always ends in unnecessary anxiety and fights over nothing.
And more than likely, you have a favorite social media app you like to use to creep on your girlfriend, boyfriend, hookup buddy or crush. Don't get me wrong, I admit it: I used to be a social media creep myself in previous casual dating situations. It's a Thursday night; you had to stay in because of your 8am work shift (fuck you, right?
As a result there is now no end of apps with the same aim of helping you fall in love (or at the very least get lucky).
The USP: Gives you the chance to tell your friends (rather than strangers) that you want to sleep with them.
Yes, I have witnessed multiple times where girls get extremely agitated about who their boyfriend play Words With Friends with, Trivia Crack, etc.
I don't even have any advice for you weirdos except get a life.Cyber stalking, obsessing, over thinking, driving yourself crazy these are all of the unfortunate things that can happen if you let social media take too big of a role in your dating life.Don't even try to kid yourself, you know damn well you are guilty of all of the above at some degree or another." (In all reality it's so blurry those two people could be anyone.) You start feeling hot with anger and bitterness. From that point on, you watch anyone's stories who you think might be with him or at the same bar. Honestly, if you have so little faith in your relationship that you have to keep tabs through Snapchat stories: you've got a bigger issue my friend.(Some girl is calling her boyfriend right this second to "have a talk" after reading that sentence.) Not only that, but now you have major FOMO (fear of missing out.) So what do you do?Take control over this situation, it can be as simple as logging out.