These Annoying Facebook Couples Need To Pipe The F Down
Get off the Internet you massive over sharers.
Every news feed falls victim to 'relationship villains'. Those couples who literally do not know when to stop when it comes to TMI. Valentine's Day dinner? Cuddles before bed? Selfies on the Thames? Someone needs to stop these people before we're sick all over our keyboards.
Saving the day as per, we've identified the five main culprits of Facebook oversharing, so you know exactly when to hit the block button this weekend.
The 'Our Day Out'-ers
Oh well done guys! You got yourselves a travel card and downloaded the Time Out app! Cheers for giving us a blow-by-blow pictoral recap of the time you were the first people ever to discover the London Eye.
The 'OMG Look'-ers
So the announcement has been made, and a record number of relationship status Likes have been pooled. What now? The quiet before the storm of 'big day' photos? Nahhh. The bride and groom to be now have to keep everyone aware that they're hitched by shoving their newly jewelled fingers into any photo opportunity going. Zzzzz.
The 'Look We Can Eat'-ers
You're so in love!! ◠‿◠
Now tell everyone with a carefully filtered Instagram of your Nandos.
The 'Bae-Caught Me Slippin'-ers
LOVE WE KNOW YOU TOOK THAT PICTURE OF YOU IN BED WITH A SELFIE STICK.
The 'I AM SO OVER IT'-ers
Soz boo, it's over and that was a struggle enough to deal with, what with the 'evasive yet very personally directed' Facebook statuses. Now the blind rage has (for the time being) subsided, it's time to pull on your 'f-me boots' or 'only pair of shoes that aren't trainers' and tell the world (or specifically, your ex) that you're single, minglin, and loving it. Just remember to get your mate to confiscate your phone after that last round of shots. Drunk texting will not look sassy in the morning.