She was single, and I was curious how the whole thing worked.And within five people, I ran into a photo of Potential “Friends” Shouldn’t Be Superficial"I’d been dating a guy for about a month when I looked for him on Facebook.About a month later, he told me he had something to tell me.
In a nutshell: Swiping right strokes the ego of the recipient, and paves the way to sex-on-demand.By the time I got home, I checked Facebook, where I saw he’d updated his status: 'Well, guess I’m single again. I never thought we’d broken up—I just assumed we were in the middle of a fight!" -The Language of Breakups is Universal“I met a cute guy in Croatia while I was traveling, and we were having so much fun hanging out that I decided to cancel my hostel reservation for the rest of the week and stay at his place. The status updates were in Croatian, but I ran them through Google translate because I was curious what was on his mind."I’d been dating a guy for three months when we got into a bad argument.We decided that we’d talk the next day, when we were both calmer.' Turns out, he and I had Never Getting Back Together I always used to think it was weird when couples stopped being friends on social media, especially when they had mutual friends in common.So even though your breakup wasn’t great, I didn’t delete my ex as a friend … His Linked In message asked me if I was ignoring him or if I just hadn’t seen his other messages. Why would I not be checking my e-mail, but be checking my Linked In?Not Very Professional"I’d been dating a guy for about a month, and things were going great.We were seeing each other at least four times a week, he kept mentioning how he’d never felt like this about a woman before, and I was pretty sure he was The One.Of course, there are online dating success stories.Everyone seems to know someone who knows someone who is getting married to their online sweetheart.