What constitutes drama in dating

If you Like the Oops-How-Did-My-Cleavage-Get-There? selfie of some girl you used to hook up with and your girlfriend sees it and gets upset, whose fault is that?

I asked a (straight) male coworker if he could explain this phenomenon of the Random Girls With Sexy Photos Who Interact With Your Boyfriend on Social Media. I'd probably be pissed if I was the girlfriend too, so I don't know if I could explain it well." A gem, he is.

phone conversation between a coworker and her long-distance boyfriend that had too many expletives to recount here.

The nexus of the issue was something I've heard repeatedly from other women, and the censored version goes a little something like this: And so on. It's one thing to deal with this kind of nonsense in high school, but no one over 25 needs to be saddled with this type of tomfoolery.

I can’t tell if he’s hurt or if there’s just nothing more to be said.

And ever notice how it's always the guys who are like "Facebook = Drama" who are the biggest transgressors?If the ego fluff they provide is more important than your current relationship, don't be in a relationship.When You're Single:—Even if you're out there having the time of your life, that doesn't mean your family/boss/ex/the world needs to see you riding a mechanical bull in a bikini while holding a margarita.“She broke into your home, has threatened ”“Yeah,” my old roommate mutters sheepishly, “You were right about that military/crazy thing.”“Oh, this has nothing to with the military….” I say as I imagine a young woman with a vendetta breaking down a door and stealing my clothes.“This chick just happens to be certifiably nuts.”There’s silence on the end of the other line.So here are mine (and maybe yours) to help you identify some of the dating landmines you might be ignoring.

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