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i spend an extraordinary amount of time scavenging through the multitude of social networking sites that i have quite voluntarily signed myself up to…

and luckily, i can breezily access each and every one of them simultaneously, courtesy of my handy iPhone.

i say “handy” because it is literally attached to my hand at any known moment in any given situation.

and this could not be more of a nuisance to whoever has chosen to spend some quality time with me…

and my cell-phone.

but, as i am apt to do so often, i digress.

back to the topic at hand…

social networking sites!

during my thorough research (see: stalking), i have come to a rather disturbing realization…

one that makes zero to zilch sense to me:

couples who share Facebook profiles with one another!

let’s take a moment to truly analyze this unbecoming trend…

you’re in a relationship.

you decide to make it public.

but in lieu of doing something slightly normal such as updating your relationship status to hmmmm, i don’t know, “IN A RELATIONSHIP”, or maybe even just changing your default picture to something adorable/nauseating, you choose to become a full-fledged psycho and SHARE A PROFILE INSTEAD?!

i strongly oppose hiding things from your significant other, because if you have something to conceal, you probably shouldn’t be in a relationship to begin with…

but i give credence to the verity that some privacy is essential in any aspect of your life.

and if you genuinely do not respect your entitled level of privateness, then what about maintaining your sense of individuality?

the distinct characteristics that set you apart from the person you so willingly have become attached at the groin to…

the one that you have collectively sat down with and chosen a password that will undoubtedly be almost as moronic as sharing a page in the first place…

your siamese fucking twin with whom you might as well start sharing a toothbrush and underwear with, because well, why the hell not at this point, right?

it’s not only weird, but it’s pretty pathetic…

with that being said, it may be high time to consider therapy for your abhorrent separation anxiety, crazies.

GOOD LUCK!

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