Crushes don’t happen right away, they evolve over time. Here are the 16 stages you’ll go through before finding true love (or at least something like it for the time being).
Do yourself a favor and read this list before accidentally doing something egregious, like breaking up over Snapchat.
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.
What on his Facebook page surprise you most? If the answer is “C) his last name,” you may stop taking this quiz now.
In an era of digital personalities and cyber-encounters, there are myriad different ways to get into a cheating gray area. Like Facebook messaging exes. Or going into sexy chatrooms. Or sending R-rated texts.
Facebook has been around for allllmost ten years. This means researchers have had plenty of time to study nearly a decade of FB data, and come to all sorts of conclusions (or at least, develop all sorts of theories) about its bad/good effects on your love life.
The app’s developers are so sold on its effectiveness, the press release they sent had the subject line, “No More Steak Dinners!” Because now you can use music, not Outback Steakhouse, to win a man?
A deep connection is never based on how well or poorly someone manipulates texts and images on a screen, but on how he or she behaves offline.
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.