I don't get the whole "Facebook affection" thing. I guess it's the 2012 version of "public displays of affection." I guess?
Okay - so you're in a committed relationship with someone. You see him/her all of the time. Why do you feel the need to say "good morning baby" on their Facebook? I understand a text, 100%! I love my "good morning" texts. Or the "I love yous." Aren't those meant to be more personal? I wouldn't want my other half to write mushy gushy love poems to me on my Facebook. Do I want him to do it - of course. But I'd rather it be private.
I just don't get it when it's so abundant.
I guess what it comes down to is trying to show the Facebook work that you are in love and make it seem like your lives are perfect with one another. Who is it that you want to see your undying love for one another? Shouldn't it be just that - for one another?
Is it possible for someone to enlighten me on this matter? Possibly, even, this current manner on hand...
What happened to good ol' text messaging or phone calls?
All of these things are seriously for the world to see - not each other.
Maybe I am just better off in the 1940's with written letters...hello, Mr. Darcy. ;)
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