And at first, it was a successful one: a way for users to broadcast their personal lives to friends and ex-lovers, and another way to show off online.
It was so successful, in fact, that it began to invade very culture and lexicon of dating.
News and comment pieces were littered with first-person horror stories of "likes" and passive aggressive comments on break-up statuses, or people mercilessly dumping their partners by declaring themselves "single".
It is a long-distance relationship at the moment, and I’m not sure where it’s going to go.
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I’ve even thought that he possibly has online flirtations, and wants to keep his online image as single.
I know the common sense answer is that if I’m so unsure of the relationship, then I should reevaluate it for my own sake.