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Updated on Monday, September 29

#19870

OMG: Everyone, (this is not gender specific), if you are in a relationship, please don't put single on facebook. I understand not wanting to tell people who it is, or the fact that you are in a relationship, but just don't put single when you are not. Leave it blank if you don't want people to know.

16 comments

  1. How the fuck is this your business? And you care so much that you had to make an OMG about it.

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    1. It's similar to the dancing/making out posts that are going around. You are basically screaming to the world that you are single, then when some guy or girl works up the courage to ask you out, you are already taken.

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      May be you are just not mature enough yet. I don't know what to say other than, you need to live life a little more. Not everyone syncs their facebook to real life time.

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    3. 1.a they aren't in a relationship. They are just trying to let your ugly ass down easy because they don't know you've already facebook stalked the shit out of them. Fucking creep bag.

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  2. Why facebook relationship status = screaming to the world? Why do you need to creep my facebook before asking me out?

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  3. You're marginalizing people who may be dating, but are not necessarily committing to a relationship yet. There are some people who don't advertise that shit unless you know them well. Grow up.

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    1. Facebook has two possible solutions to that, too, neither of which involve listing your relationship status as 'single':

      1) "It's Complicated," or (for those who don't like to broadcast these things...
      2) Keep your relationship status hidden from your profile.

      Either one works, and saves frustration/confusion for others.

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    2. @3a: I have not come across a single person who uses the first "solution" seriously. That's akin to announcing you've got a truckload of serious baggage heading their way.

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    3. That's what option #2 is there for.

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    1. I like you, 2nd time ive seen this

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  5. I really don't give a crap whether or not you're confused. I don't owe anyone anything, and those are your issues to work through not mine. I was engaged to my now husband, before I even changed my relationship status from single.

    Suck it.

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    1. I bet you cheat on your husband all the time. Good for you. Can I have your number?

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  6. I really don't understand what the big deal is. If like 1A suggests, you work up the courage to ask someone and they say "no, I'm in a relationship", it's not the end of the world. I mean, you could work up the courage to ask them and they could say no for a bunch of different reasons.

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  7. OP has way worse problems than asking out a taken person.

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