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Cyber PDA

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In the 19th and 20th century the way people showed their affection changed from barely any contact with each other to full blown make out session in the park.

But then in the later part of the 20th century, the advent of the internet and the creation of emotioncons would take PDA a completely different direction. 20-30 years later, we have Facebook, Twitter, and the lesser Myspace with stati describing our inner most thoughts and wall post to everyone to see.

I, for one do not need to see the sap between you two. Much less pictures on your profile of you two making out.

I’m not big on PDA. I’m not big on being sappy per se, especially on public networking sites. Yes I care for my girlfriend very much. Do I need to write it on her wall on Facebook for her to know it? No. I call her, text, the occasional use email. Private form of communication as not to share our personal relationship and not to offend those that might look up my profile in any number of social network site we might be on.

I’m getting sick and tired of seeing this childish behavior because that’s what it really is. You have to feel like you’re being love by how many times your significant other writes on your wall or @ replies you. etc.

I personaly think it’s awesome that you finally get you and is into you. About your wedding plans, a trip with your significant other. But I don’t support by your cyber pda, your oversharing and sweeting nothing all fucking day. Setting your facebook status about missing each other when your gone for hours. Tweeting about that incredible dinner you had with your Honeypoo or Cuddly Wuddly.

You need to cut the fucking Facebook/Twitter foreplay. It’s cyber PDA and it’s getting in the middle of my life. Because it in’s on my timeline on Twitter or on my news feed on Facebook.

And really, somethings should just stay behind close doors. Can we all take a note form Shakespeare: “Speak low, if you speak love.”

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