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Now, we can see exactly what his high school sweetheart looked like, what his cute coworker wears to work, and who was at the bar with him last night by simply clicking through his social media.
While years ago we might not have caught him slyly scoping out the cute blond in the corner, the evidence of him appreciating another woman's looks can now live on the Internet (and our smartphones) forever.
After all, we can regularly "like" a male friend's photos, knowing quite well we're appreciating his fashion sense and not his bulging pectoral muscles.
But when our boyfriend likes another woman's Instagram photos, it's like, "Why are you all over this [NSFW word]'s profile? "Honestly, I think in most cases, we—myself included—are way more likely to read more into a "like," retweet or follow than is actually there. (Don't start stalking the hottie, or tossing out accusations of online affairs.) But perhaps there's something deeper going on that you can uncover through the conversation. " Wait to hear his story, then explain it makes you uneasy to see him appreciate other women through social media.
But what happens when that social media narcissist is your other half?
But it's smack in the middle of your Facebook newsfeed, the inescapable evidence that your boyfriend has liked another woman's photo. A quick Google search shows they've interacted on Twitter and follow each other on Instagram. Submit a Facebook request so you can do more in-depth stalking? O., accusing him of everything short of physically cheating?
In case there was any doubt, here are the signs that your girlfriend is the ultimate selfie wh**e: Her Snap Chat is busier than the Victoria Line during rush hour.
Who she is sending these pictures to, is anyone’s guess, because her Snap Chat favorites seem to be changing on a daily basis.
As a child, Mum taught me not to make judgments based solely on appearances… This is because it’s human nature and also because the words people use to describe themselves – laid-back, fun-loving, etc – all blur together, while photos can trigger an instant reaction: cool, hot, scary obnoxious, adorable. However, on a dating site I’m not seeing someone as she naturally exists: I’m seeing the pic that she picked. The majority of women’s online dating pictures make them seem awesome.
On a dating site, the first, second and third things everyone looks at – whether male or female, but probably especially if you’re male – are the photos. Just like in real life, I see someone and can’t help but feel attracted to her or not – and often I’ll even imagine an entire story: A voice, a personality, a date, sex, a life together – based on nothing but a blurry selfie.