Relationship Fail: Your Facebook Wall Is My Art Canvas

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Relationship Fail: Your Facebook Wall Is My Art Canvas
One girlfriend has a gift for making her boyfriend's Facebook page look more... colorful.

Thanks to the rising popularity of Pinterest, there are now more infographics, visual quotes and pictures of sculpted abs being circulated around the web that we know what to do with. But, does that mean you have to post every one you like to your boyfriend's Facebook wall? Relationship Fail: Please, Just Let Me Buy You Some Shoes

The reader who submitted this particular Relationship Fail says the following is a regular habit for this social media couple. 

"That is so us," this woman probably says to herself every time she posts these little visual gems on her boyfriend's profile. 

Only problem is, she probably doesn't think to herself: "Wow, this must be so annoying to all of our friends." Or even: "Do you think everyone will notice that our comments are one minute apart from each other, which probably gives away the fact that we're sitting side-by-side at this exact moment?" 

Yeah, those thoughts probably don't cross her mind. If they did, surely she'd be smart enough to stick to regurgitating such mushy quotes on Pinterest... where they belong. Relationship Fail: I'm Loved By... Me, Myself And I

If you find an example of a particularly annoying, funny or weird thing that couples or singles post online—whether it be on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Craigslist or another site—we'd love to see it! Send your submissions to Fail@YourTango.com. You won't regret it, but the offending person will!

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