People who wish their significant other a happy birthday on facebook....
buy a card fuckers!!!
I think you are missing the point, OP.
Wishing your partner happy birthday on facebook shows to the WHOLE world that (i) you have a partner and (ii) you are thoughtful and caring.
(A bit like the two mommies on display at the grocery store today!)
What's a card fucker, OP?
[quote] What's a card fucker, OP?
R2 - In some places they are called gift vouchers.
OP, I'd tell you that someday you'll find someone, but I know the truth, and don't want to lie to you.
Op= forever alone.
actually, ANYONE who does Facebook is pathetic
And then there are the couples who wish each other happy anniversary on FB, practically begging all their friends to comment on what a wonderful couple they are. Blergh.
R6 has no friends.
I find it hard to justify posting anything at all on my girlfriend's Facebook wall, except that people might assume I neglect her if I don't.
From what I've noticed people who excessively write FB posts about how much they love their significant other are more likely to be having an affair or will break up soon.
My partner and I unfriended each other years ago.
I sent the fucker a present. A card is too much trouble.
OP, there's no law that says you can't do BOTH.
Facebook really is stupid. I don't want to read the mundane details of someone's life.
I had a friend who, on her birthday posted something like this: 3am - birthday love from Canada 4am birthday love from Australia 6am birthday love from NYC 8am birthday love from Japan...birthday greetings from all over the world - feeling so blessed and loved!
The odd thing is when the partner isn't on facebook and the other person wishes them a happy anniversary, birthday etc.
I AGREE WITH r10 - the more insecure you are in your relationship the more FB posts eulogising your 'coupleness'
There's an ex-wife of a famous singer who often plays out her love and sexual relationship with her boyfriend on Facebook.
She: oh darling, I love you soooooo much.
He: posts a video of a love song
He: ooooooh, what I would like to do to you......
He: we are perfect for each other
she: posts photo of aqua colored Tiffany box with sterling silver bracelet hanging out of it - from my LOVE.....
she: he has his hand on my knee and is moving upward
I just do not understand playing this all out on Facebook. It seems absurd to do so. Why not keep it private by using emails and texts.
The only thing I can assume is that this ex-wife of the famous singer wants her ex-husband, the singer, to read it