Post # 32
We aren’t friends on FB, he hates social media. Even if were friends, no I wouldn’t do this, except for maybe on our anniversary. I think its kinda silly IMO unless your in LDR. I just don’t get point just pick up the phone or send a text.
Post # 33
I have a personal rule of no posting anything romantic, I personally feel shallow saying I LOVE YOU on facebook. When I feel like putting something romantic on his wall I just put “♥ U”, that’s the most you can take out of me.
Post # 34
Fiance and I only use FB as a method to troll his religious extended family…….I know thats horrable but we’re bored and they’re judgemental
Post # 35
We’re in an LDR and I’ll post the occasional anniversary status update but never a random “I love my SO” status. For one, everyone knows I love him so I don’t need to publicaly say it (though, I guess that’s not really true since I do say it more often on Twitter…um) all the time but the main reason: he barely logs into Facebook so he wouldn’t see it anyway. I usually just text it to him 🙂
Post # 36
I don’t post things for the world to see… anything I have to say I can whisper in his ear or send in a private message. 🙂
It doesn’t bother me when others do it, but I see it as more of a show for other people than actual sincerity or love. I tend to stay off Facebook anyway.
Post # 37
It’s a once in a while thing for us, minus all the cutesy hearts and crap. Usually I’ll post something like “I love movie nights with my fiancé.” And things of that nature. He will sometimes write poems on my wall. His page is currently deactivated though, so none of those lately.
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Post # 38
@tea Twitter love doesn’t bother me, I’m a birdie that doesn’t Tweet! ( yup bedtime)
Post # 39
Lol I should do that but the religious judmental person’s my mom and she can barely send an email so Fb’s not in her list of things.
Post # 41
I usually do it on our anniversary. I do sometimes do it sarcasticly as a joke. If I say something funny, I’ll follow it by a I love you! I don’t usually show that type of emotion on fb. Although, now that I think about it, maybe if he does something amazing that I am thankful for. I’ll say something like I love [his name] for blah blah blah.
I do post cute pictures of us. Yeah, I don’t do the hearts.
Post # 42
My status is usually semi-mushy for anniversaries and valentines day. We are LDR so sometimes when we’re actually together I’ll post something like “on a date with the boyfriend <3”, but that’s only every 2-3 months. But never the “<3 <3 <3 u r the luv of my life <3 <3 <3 omg im so n luv” ten times a day. I kinda feel like the people who constantly have to say that are the people who are trying to convince themselves that they’re in love.
Post # 43
I don’t really care about others doing it but I don’t, I do write it on my FI’s wall once in a blue moon (Pretty much only when we’re apart for long periods of time)
Post # 44
I see him enough in person and would much rather text him if he is at work then go through Facebook any day. I think of facebook of just a way to re conect with people and keep in contact, I don’t like putting all my business out there like that lol PDA ewwww!
Post # 45
OK, will own up that I posted one of these just the other day. In my defence, I don’t think i ever have before. Fiance had gone into work after a night of checking on me to make sure I didn’t have meningitis (had a SUPER-bad reaction to doing hot yoga) – literally checking back and stomach as I drowsed to make sure the rash around my eyes hadn’t spread anywhere else. Did not want to post all those details on Facebook so just posted “Myname <3s Hisname – that is all”
Had a HUGE amount of my friends like it – I was super surprised because I thought that Fiance would be the only one. I think the secret is to not do it too often. I’m not a hugely emotionally expressive person in public so I think my friends took it as sweet, rather than sickly.
Post # 46
Uhh no, my friends who are dating always post ‘I <3 you’s’ and ‘Your beautiful <3’ on each others facebook walls.
They live together, they can tell each other in person as they see each other all day. I can see both of their posts with their nonsense, and they can’t love each other as much as they make out to believe on facebook as they have lately broken up (then back together a week later)
True love doesn’t need to be advertised. In fact if you feel the need to publicise it, I usually smell a rat (which is why celebrity relationships don’t last, except those who keep ultra private)