If you are in relationship, you don’t have the option of ‘˜updating’ anything, if you and your partner are exclusive. While singles can and will pain the town red with their crushes, dates and ‘˜experiments’.
If you’re in a relationship, you obviously know what we are talking about.
You don’t have the option of ‘updating’ anything, if you and your partner are exclusive. While singles can and will pain the town red with their crushes, dates and ‘experiments’. Wow.
It’s pretty strange that committed couples are feeling stifled, while those who don’t have a companion are having the best time of their lives. Remember how we have been taught that all are ultimately craving for love. Whether it’s virtual or real, love is what makes the world go round (despite it being a cliché). Then why are we so upset about not being able to ‘enjoy’ our lives when we have got the one we really love?
Love is more of an Utopian concept these days than a simple matter of ‘head-over-heels-and-damned-about-it’ feeling. Perhaps that’s why finding love has become so tough and singles are blissfully unaware of the troubles of such misadventures. Thanks to information overload and social networking sites, the joy of anticipation is lost. But these sites are the source of our daily entertainment as those who are looking for casual love and joy scout dating platforms to hook up with like-minded people.