At least once a week I notice someone taking their Facebook status from “single” to “in a relationship” or from “single” to engaged”.
Personally, I never bother changing my status online, because it seems too much like a call for attention.
If I ever try to change it, I think the whole system will break as the gears on my Facebook status are dry and rusty..a bat might fly out of there.
I talk to many friends who get hung up on "status" of a relationship. On one hand, if you're dating everything is great, the person is treating you right, why does it matter if you're labeled girlfriend-boyfriend?
I've been a semi-fluent French speaker since my youth, yet trying to share what I did perplexed most French, Belgian and Swiss folks I encountered. My male friends scoffed, my female friends swooned.
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The other day I had to remind my sister to update her Facebook status from "engaged" to "married." She was being a bit lackadaisical with letting her world know that she was officially hitched.
I remember one relationship I was in and we had the “big talk”.It's easy, pretty much every knows what that means, and if for some reason they're confused, I say, "You know Carrie in Sex in the City?I'm her, but she wrote for the Post and I wrote for the Times".) -He can't cheat or date other people -He is most likely in it for the long haul (whether that's a few months or a few years)I think women who avoid titles have the same issues.OK, so you’ve navigated the world of online dating, read hundreds of profiles, sent countless messages, been on a handful of dates.Within a few minutes of meeting in an Irish pub, the lady of the couple asked, "So, is dating a construct of Hollywood? These were the most pressing questions my friends back home wanted to know, so I went out in discovery of answers.