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Social Media Love by 2dice(m): 10:29am On Feb 24, 2015
Who notice Guys tend to fall inlove faster on Social Media..
Any Reason for this?
Re: Social Media Love by iceberylin(m): 10:32am On Feb 24, 2015
Cause girls get more attention
Re: Social Media Love by Qhal: 10:50am On Feb 24, 2015
and the girls are too fake, and catfish alot
Re: Social Media Love by ayomidegal: 10:55am On Feb 24, 2015
Guys have fish brain
Re: Social Media Love by zyzxx(m): 11:07am On Feb 24, 2015
Coz guys love intelligent ladies
Re: Social Media Love by Nobody: 11:26am On Feb 24, 2015
The social media masks who we truly are.

We all have the image of the perfect girl or guy in our heads. As intelligent as we are, we can study people merely from the words they type, how they type it, the meaning their words carry and so forth. So when we read mere words from a moniker, we are intrigued, we want to know more about the person behind it cos their words and composure fits the image of the dream guy or girl in our heads. We click the profile of the said person and try to glean more from what we can see. If there is no picture on the profile, curiosity heightens. Curiosity becomes stalking because we now want to update our self with what this person is up to and hoping for when a pic would be made available.

If a pic is made available or is available, we try to fit the image of the person into the image of the person in our head. Even if he or she is not as beautiful or as handsome as we might have thought, consolation is taken in the fact that the mouth speaks out of the abundance of the heart and that a person with such character portrayed via words must be worth it.

Sometimes it's worth it, sometimes it's not. Sometimes, it's meant to deceive, sometimes it's not. A sheep like person online is a wolf in reality. A wolf online is most times a sheep in reality. But because of the mask the social media affords, we can be whoever and whatever we want to be. A female moniker could be a male in reality, a male moniker, a female.

However, in the midst of the secrecy and brouhaha surrounding the social media, real people with real characters exist. The key is not about just falling in love, but to use your head while doing so. People fall in love anywhere, online or offline, but refusing to use your head at any point in time, irrespective of where you fall in love makes you nothing but a very big fat ass fool.

Fall in love, but be very smart about it.

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Re: Social Media Love by Ishilove: 11:51am On Feb 24, 2015
Blackett:
The social media masks who we truly are.

We all have the image of the perfect girl or guy in our heads. As intelligent as we are, we can study people merely from the words they type, how they type it, the meaning their words carry and so forth. So when we read mere words from a moniker, we are intrigued, we want to know more about the person behind it cos their words and composure fits the image of the dream guy or girl in our heads. We click the profile of the said person and try to glean more from what we can see. If there is no picture on the profile, curiosity heightens. Curiosity becomes stalking because we now want to update our self with what this person is up to and hoping for when a pic would be made available.

If a pic is made available or is available, we try to fit the image of the person into the image of the person in our head. Even if he or she is not as beautiful or as handsome as we might have thought, consolation is taken in the fact that the mouth speaks out of the abundance of the heart and that a person with such character portrayed via words must be worth it.

Sometimes it's worth it, sometimes it's not. Sometimes, it's meant to deceive, sometimes it's not. A sheep like person online is a wolf in reality. A wolf online is most times a sheep in reality. But because of the mask the social media affords, we can be whoever and whatever we want to be. A female moniker could be a male in reality, a male moniker, a female.

However, in the midst of the secrecy and brouhaha surrounding the social media, real people with real characters exist. The key is not about just falling in love, but to use your head while doing so. People fall in love anywhere, online or offline, but refusing to use your head at any point in time, irrespective of where you fall in love makes you nothing but a very big fat ass fool.

Fall in love, but be very smart about it.
Guy, this epistle on top woman matter?? cheesy
Re: Social Media Love by 2dice(m): 11:51am On Feb 24, 2015
zyzxx:
Coz guys love intelligent ladies
so you mean every female moniker are intelligent?
I ain't convinced
Re: Social Media Love by 2dice(m): 11:52am On Feb 24, 2015
zyzxx:
Coz guys love intelligent ladies
Re: Social Media Love by zyzxx(m): 11:56am On Feb 24, 2015
2dice:

so you mean every female moniker are intelligent?
I ain't convinced
do u mean guy fall for all ladies on social network?
Re: Social Media Love by Nobody: 11:57am On Feb 24, 2015
Ishilove:

Guy, this epistle on top woman matter?? cheesy
Your species - unavoidable evil. Lol
Re: Social Media Love by lordthree(m): 12:00pm On Feb 24, 2015
guys tend to chase girls online either cause theyre shy in real life and cant talk to girls or theyre just desperate
Re: Social Media Love by 2dice(m): 12:00pm On Feb 24, 2015
zyzxx:
do u mean guy fall for all ladies on social network?
yelss
haba so what do you think i mean b4?
Re: Social Media Love by 2dice(m): 12:02pm On Feb 24, 2015
lordthree:
guys tend to chase girls online either cause theyre shy in real life and cant talk to girls or theyre just desperate
you nailed it boss

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Re: Social Media Love by 2dice(m): 12:06pm On Feb 24, 2015
Blackett:
The social media masks who we truly are.

We all have the image of the perfect girl or guy in our heads. As intelligent as we are, we can study people merely from the words they type, how they type it, the meaning their words carry and so forth. So when we read mere words from a moniker, we are intrigued, we want to know more about the person behind it cos their words and composure fits the image of the dream guy or girl in our heads. We click the profile of the said person and try to glean more from what we can see. If there is no picture on the profile, curiosity heightens. Curiosity becomes stalking because we now want to update our self with what this person is up to and hoping for when a pic would be made available.

If a pic is made available or is available, we try to fit the image of the person into the image of the person in our head. Even if he or she is not as beautiful or as handsome as we might have thought, consolation is taken in the fact that the mouth speaks out of the abundance of the heart and that a person with such character portrayed via words must be worth it.

Sometimes it's worth it, sometimes it's not. Sometimes, it's meant to deceive, sometimes it's not. A sheep like person online is a wolf in reality. A wolf online is most times a sheep in reality. But because of the mask the social media affords, we can be whoever and whatever we want to be. A female moniker could be a male in reality, a male moniker, a female.

However, in the midst of the secrecy and brouhaha surrounding the social media, real people with real characters exist. The key is not about just falling in love, but to use your head while doing so. People fall in love anywhere, online or offline, but refusing to use your head at any point in time, irrespective of where you fall in love makes you nothing but a very big fat ass fool.

Fall in love, but be very smart about it.
so in other news online love is freaking overrated
Re: Social Media Love by Nobody: 12:08pm On Feb 24, 2015
2dice:

so in other news online love is freaking overrated
The whole world is online now. . . Think about that.
Re: Social Media Love by 2dice(m): 12:10pm On Feb 24, 2015
Blackett:
The whole world is online now. . . Think about that.
Re: Social Media Love by Ishilove: 12:31pm On Feb 24, 2015
Blackett:
Your species - unavoidable evil. Lol
And yours, a necessary evil cheesy
Re: Social Media Love by zyzxx(m): 12:32pm On Feb 24, 2015
2dice:

yelss
haba so what do you think i mean b4?
in mathematics there is noting like 100%
U can't say all girls
Re: Social Media Love by Nobody: 12:38pm On Feb 24, 2015
ooo lala....just had a mind blowing wordgasm; from reading this ode to love online.

10000 likes


#lovesmart







Blackett:
The social media masks who we truly are.

We all have the image of the perfect girl or guy in our heads. As intelligent as we are, we can study people merely from the words they type, how they type it, the meaning their words carry and so forth. So when we read mere words from a moniker, we are intrigued, we want to know more about the person behind it cos their words and composure fits the image of the dream guy or girl in our heads. We click the profile of the said person and try to glean more from what we can see. If there is no picture on the profile, curiosity heightens. Curiosity becomes stalking because we now want to update our self with what this person is up to and hoping for when a pic would be made available.

If a pic is made available or is available, we try to fit the image of the person into the image of the person in our head. Even if he or she is not as beautiful or as handsome as we might have thought, consolation is taken in the fact that the mouth speaks out of the abundance of the heart and that a person with such character portrayed via words must be worth it.

Sometimes it's worth it, sometimes it's not. Sometimes, it's meant to deceive, sometimes it's not. A sheep like person online is a wolf in reality. A wolf online is most times a sheep in reality. But because of the mask the social media affords, we can be whoever and whatever we want to be. A female moniker could be a male in reality, a male moniker, a female.

However, in the midst of the secrecy and brouhaha surrounding the social media, real people with real characters exist. The key is not about just falling in love, but to use your head while doing so. People fall in love anywhere, online or offline, but refusing to use your head at any point in time, irrespective of where you fall in love makes you nothing but a very big fat ass fool.

Fall in love, but be very smart about it.

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Re: Social Media Love by Nobody: 12:43pm On Feb 24, 2015
Xiadnat:

ooo lala....just had a mind blowing wordgasm; from reading this ode to love online.

10000 likes


#lovesmart







Btw, I'm not intrigued by your moniker. . . tongue
Re: Social Media Love by Nobody: 12:44pm On Feb 24, 2015
Blackett:
Btw, I'm not intrigued by your moniker. . . :p

what? R u talking smack? What moniker?
Re: Social Media Love by Nobody: 12:46pm On Feb 24, 2015
Xiadnat:


what? R u talking smack? What moniker?
The whatever you call a username.
Re: Social Media Love by Nobody: 12:49pm On Feb 24, 2015
Blackett:
The whatever you call a username.

See if I give a rat's ass if you like it or not. Didn't create it for congeniality.

That username has a significant meaning for me; that's all that matters.

You still working on visualizing me? smiley
Re: Social Media Love by Nobody: 12:52pm On Feb 24, 2015
Xiadnat:


See if I give a rat's ass if you like it or not. Didn't create it for congeniality.

That username has a significant meaning for me; that's all that matters.

You still working on visualizing me? smiley
No cos you made it difficult. cheesy
Re: Social Media Love by Nobody: 1:00pm On Feb 24, 2015
Blackett:
No cos you made it difficult. cheesy

I can be difficult. I can be a handful. Definitely a challenge.

But definitely a delight and easy going laid back no nonsense person.

Have you not figured it out yet?
Re: Social Media Love by Nobody: 1:04pm On Feb 24, 2015
Xiadnat:


I can be difficult. I can be a handful. Definitely a challenge.

But definitely a delight and easy going laid back no nonsense person.

Have you not figured it out yet?
I know what to do. . .
Re: Social Media Love by IncomeClass: 2:46pm On Feb 24, 2015
guys tend to chase girls online either cause they're shy in real life and cant talk to girls or they're just desperate




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