What is the statute of limitations on social media linkage with exes?
Lie to yourself that you’re really done this time! There are plenty of fish in the sea, and it’s time to MOVE ON!
“Chris was like McDonald’s. He seemed really awesome when I was young, but as I grew up, I realized how depressingly mediocre and unhealthy he was for me.”
The adrenaline rush of navigating through this online simulacrum of her life—God forbid I accidentally follow her, or retweet, “favorite,” or “like” something she posts—is addictive.
We all have a few embarrassing exes in our closet—it doesn’t mean you can’t hold your head high and go on to better places.
In this week’s “Call Your Boyfriend” column, Ryan O’Connell addresses his concerns with doing drugs while in a relationship and how to handle the age-old conundrum of friends dating exes.
Even if she’s firmly in the buddy zone—and you’re sure of it—having an ex around might make your latest lady say, “huh?” But there’s a right reason (and a right way) to break the news.
How can these two make sure that their past mistakes won’t haunt them in a new relationship? Let’s take guidance from what they’re already doing.
At some point, you’re going to see them — pics of him with an ex, or perhaps two exes, or perhaps ten. There they sit, living on the Internet for all eternity. UNLESS…you break the digital wall and ask your beloved to untag himself.
In real life, we are well aware that messy ex situations are not fun and quirky. Let’s review all the mistakes that Hannah and the gang made so that we can avoid making them in the future. Spoilers ahead, obviously.