Facebook can mess up your life in a whole bunch of ways.
Likewise, “PMSing mega hard” isn’t going to get you a date that week either. Likewise, while it’s cute to see all those congratulations when you announce your engagement on Facebook, your friends simply do not know what to type when you announce your divorce.
” does not communicate to the opposite sex that you are a hot commodity — it just says you kiss and tell on social networking sites. Seriously, we’ve seen so many couples use their Facebook walls to fight or nag each other. Whether it’s a crush’s bestie or your ex’s new girlfriend, friending someone on Facebook who you are not friends with in real life, just to get into or stay within a dude’s inner circle, is psychopants.
We all know at least one person whose status updates never cease to annoy or bewilder. Using your status update to send someone a cryptic message is way creepy.
Or how about that chick who is constantly inviting you to engage in a mafia war? It’s also way obvious to every single one of your friends that you are sending a message to someone, even though we may not know who. A few photos of you and your boo lookin’ lovey dovey are sweet.
He posted on your wall four times today — does that mean he's too into you?
She keeps posting status updates about the cute guys in her office — should you be worried that you'll be outdone?
, it's the most classic Facebook dating dilemma: Who pulls the trigger to make a relationship official on Facebook first?
It would be embarrassing to declare yourself to be in a relationship if your (you thought) significant other doesn't reciprocate.
That guy just posted on her wall thanking her for the wonderful time they had last night, but she just broke up with you last week. Most of the items on this list have something to do with privacy. It's tough to get over someone you've just lost, but it's even harder when you know she's having a smashing time without you. Maybe it's important for Facebook users to carefully watch their feeds to make sure that nothing comes up that will cause any hurt to any exes, or maybe their exes are responsible for clicking "hide" in the news feed until they're over it.