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IN Lifestyle ON 04 Sep, 2016
Love is in the air. Wrong! Love is all over Facebook. The only thing worse than being the third wheel on a date with a couple is watching pictures of them posing cutely with their 'bae' on Facebook. How many times have you wanted to kill couples who are just too clingy on social media? No, it isn't because you are single or you miss your partner, but instead of wasting time showing off your love on Facebook, give time to your relationship so that it grows outside the barriers of social media.
That's the reason why places like Facebook are actually harmful to your dating life. Let's take a look.
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Eventually, they will move on and then you'll have to go through 'such' pictures on your Facebook feed once again. The memories might come flooding back because a few months ago, they would be posting such pictures with you.
Facebook turns into a pain in the ass when all your suggested friends are your failed Tinder dates. Like who would want to go down on that road again?
A new feature on Facebook allows you and your friends to re-post embarrassing photos, videos, and other posts that you might have uploaded years ago. So the awkward pictures from your high school with awkward glasses and braces is something you just can't leave behind.
It is possible to delete the browser history, but sadly that doesn't happen when it comes to Facebook.
There are obviously certain people you've had your 'times' with and you'd rather forget about them but it's not like you even remember because you have no idea how much you were drunk that night. As it turns out, Facebook doesn't let you forget those mistakes of yours.
Another possibly 'cool feature gone terribly wrong' turns out to be the 'read receipts' feature of Facebook. Now you can know whether your crush had read your message and didn't bother to reply.
Facebook now allows you to check out the parties happening nearby, all the people invited from your lists, and also the worst part, the fact that you're not invited.