Things you should never say about your relationship on Twitter or social media
Life has changed. Gone are the days when best friends were sole love confidantes. Now, social media is privy to the darkest of secrets, blasted out into every corner of the World Wide Web. Every Tom, Dick and Harry, literally, have access to your posts, tweets and become an instant part of your inner circle in a way no stranger should ever be. Connecting through social media is more pervasive than you think. What was a privilege for the select few is now an everyday experience for the masses. Text is an everyman's entitlement and everyone uses some local version of Whatsapp, if not the original app itself.
Social media connects us in ways we never dreamed possible. But it has also ushered in a new era of connections: text-and-chew-in-silence dining experiences, standing at the bus stop and texting-your-school-friends-when-they're-right-next-to-you friendships. Technology has made putting our personal and love lives on public display so idiot proof we no longer ponder the consequences of "send." Here are some social media faux pas you should avoid or you'll be a part of social media history in a way that could complicate your life. Let's open the floodgates.