“Oh, are you in a relationship? So is more than half of the population of the world. Your partner maybe the best thing ever happened in your life but come on, what’s the point of showing that in every status , every picture of your profile on Facebook or WhatsApp? Sorry to break it to you, but it is actually irritating to other people on your friend list; maybe your partner doesn’t like it too.” Have you ever felt like telling this to few people-in-love, in your friend list? Below is the list of friends ‘in love’ we all have:
“Eating Pizza at Dominos”, “Watching 2 States at PVR”, etc and that too with their baby is all they post on their Facebook and tagging other people is so mandatory. It’s great to know you are enjoying life but you can still enjoy without showing it to all of us, every time.
2. Lovey-dovey couple
Filling up each other’s wall with ‘miss you’, ‘hugs’, ‘Kiss’ & other love messages is what comprises of their daily routine. You might even hate being single seeing them so madly, deeply in love!
3. Break–up, Patch-up cycle
‘In a relationship with’ , ‘Single’, ‘It’s complicated’ is what keeps popping up time-to-time and with that you can know when they had a break up and a patch up and the cycle continues. You feel like saying, ‘Dude! Take a break.’
4. Poetic couples
Dedicating love songs, writing long lovely poems, occasionally & other times for no specific apparent reasons is the major distinctive character of this kind of couples.
5. Baby-Babu love
They love baby-sitting each other, publicly and make it a baby-babu love story. Jokes apart, it’s irritating too. Calling them jaanu, baby, babu, nonu, shonu is cutely stupid. C’mon they don’t even know meaning of any of these, wait do these cute names have any meaning in first place. (*curious*)
They love clicking pictures together and putting them as DPs, with fancy captions. Not just posting on Facebook, also on Instagram with hash tags, ‘#Instaclick #SuperFun #EnjoyingWithMySweetbaby’
So much sweetness you see. 🙂
7. Over-possessive love birds
You may often witness a cat-fight, on some posts or comments which is a result of having an over possessive partner and their jealousy of someone else giving their lover more attention. And hence love birds turning to angry birds.
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