Put the computer down and step away from the "Like" button!
By Jennifer Harrington
Popular social networking sites, such as Facebook, are great for many things. Re-connecting with old classmates, checking out your best friend’s vacation photos and sharing the news that you had an exciting celebrity sighting, are some of the best reasons to lo
Facebook doesn't cause problems in a relationship; it brings to light problems that already exist.
I often hear people say, "Facebook ruins relationships." And I must admit, I absolutely loved that the last guy I dated didn't have an account. But Facebook doesn't ruin relationships. Neither do strip clubs, porn, or online dating sites. People ruin relationships.
Hey, at least you can depend on yourself to call, right?
This week's Relationship Fail comes courtesy of our friends over at STFUCouples.com, a genius Tumblr that also likes to point out the annoying things couples post online. We just had to share their most recent finding with you because, well, it's a classic.
Ah, Facebook. The social networking site that's fast becoming not just a thorn in our backsides, but the bane of our existences. If Facebook isn't selling your private information to companies these days, then it's breaking up happy marriages.
Our new obsession, Pinterest, is the coolest website around. Our favorite "pinned" love quotes.
If there's one thing the Internet is good for, it's pictures. If there are two things, it's pictures and quotations. Pinterest, a new website that works like an online bulletin board, brings together these two awesome things into one smorgasboard of fun.
Behold, the social media equivalent to "You hang up," "No, you hang up." Only, way more annoying.
We hate to do this to you so early in the week, but someone needs to point out the grave Relationship Fails that are happening all over Facebook — and may even be popping up in your News Feed as we speak.
No one @YourTango would EVER tweet during sex. #sex #study #socialmedia #obviousthings
In a perfect, sexually satisfied world, people would give up just about anything to do the deed. "The dishes need to be done? Let's have a quickie first, honey. Need to update your Facebook status? Not until you reach a climax, mister!"
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