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Updated on Wednesday, May 14

#18116

OMG: Why do couples on FB post "Babe, I love you...., Sweetie, you are the best... You are adorbs..." etc.. Keep your posts to private messages or text message. Why do you need to announce your love to the whole damn world.

32 comments

  1. Gotta keep the bitches of the whole damn world away from your man.

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  2. Obviously because their love isn't real unless everyone knows about it

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    1. Not sure if you're saying this as criticism.

      It's actually a very human thing to want recognition for stuff like this. I rarely post stuff on social media, but nonetheless. Unless love is acknowledged, it doesn't exist for me.

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  3. cuz they want attention

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  4. It's so gross. My brother and his girlfriend are nauseating on facebook. For her birthday he posted a long winded letter on how much he loves her, full of hearts, emoticons, exclamation points, "baby", "sweetie", "honey", etc.

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    1. I hope he's in like grade 8

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    2. He's in first year uni

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    3. Oh god. Tell him to grow some balls

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    4. I have many times, he has to learn on his own I guess

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  5. To make people like you miserable

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  6. People still use facebook?

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    1. So cool...so hip...

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    2. Didn't know anyone over 12 or under 50 still used fb. Just look at the response from 6.b. They haven't even reached puberty yet.

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    3. ^Typical. Discard something that works because its not cool anymore then dismiss anyone who disagrees based on nothing. Luckily you being full of yourself doesn't take anything away from me :)

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    4. @ 6.c

      'You know what the song says, "It's hip to be square".'

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    5. I don't use facebook because its cool or hip. I use it because every once and a while I get bored as fuck and reconnect with family far away.

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    6. ^I agree with you but I'm gonna be that asshole - it's "once IN a while"

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  7. you should see it on Instagram!

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    1. The worst people on instagram are elementary school children. smh.

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  8. I would say those people are insufferable because they are, but in all honesty the people who go on facebook and read those posts are even worse

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    1. I don't go and search for them, they show up on my newsfeed.

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    2. Now people who go on facebook are insufferable? See 6f. There's nothing wrong with people who go on facebook and theres lots of different reasons other than "I WANT ATTENTION LOOK AT ME"

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  9. That is literally the point of facebook. You're supposed to post details of your life that for whatever reason you feel like you want to share. If you don't want to see that then unfriend them or stop using facebook. Actually you could even just unsubscribe from that person on your newsfeed if you still wanted to be their friend but didn't want to read what they posted. Basically the only wrong thing for you to do is to keep reading things that you don't want to from people you don't like then go on to omguw and bitch about it. You have so many ways to deal with this issue, I guess complaining is just more fun.

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    1. The issue over here is not what I want to read on FB or what other people post. The issue over here is why do people want to make their love affairs public? I would not be surprised if people start posting, "Just had sex"... "faked that orgasm"... "worst blowjob ever"... "cummed all over"..

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    2. agree with 9, this is the partially the point of fb

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    3. @9b. I think the idea of "PDAing" on facebook is to share something you're proud of. So "faked that orgasm" posts aren't too likely.

      I think it's cute when couples post random surprises their SO did for them, what's wrong with a little more love in the world?

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  10. It's like any other uncomfortable variety of PDA. My theory is that couples that feel the need to do this aren't going to last (and according to how I've seen it play out on facebook, it's right every single time).

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    1. Well most relationships end, because you either break up or you get married. At our age, breaking up is much more probable, so it doesn't really have much to do with PDA.

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  11. Facebook is for the purposes of exhibitionism or surveillance. Your form of it is not superior to anyone else's.

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