" (In all reality it's so blurry those two people could be anyone.) You start feeling hot with anger and bitterness. From that point on, you watch anyone's stories who you think might be with him or at the same bar. Honestly, if you have so little faith in your relationship that you have to keep tabs through Snapchat stories: you've got a bigger issue my friend.
(Some girl is calling her boyfriend right this second to "have a talk" after reading that sentence.) Not only that, but now you have major FOMO (fear of missing out.) So what do you do?
"OMG Chris started following that one super slutty girl Kayla: you know, the one who posts pictures in her thong bikini like every day." Or, "Jason just liked Jill's picture. She has way bigger boobs than me." I'm sorry to break it to you girls, but boys will be boys: there's nothing you can do about it.
So let them follow a slutty girl and get some eye candy - it doesn't mean anything. Also, stop caring about which girls like your man's Instagram pictures! You get worked up over nothing then start creating such irrational scenarios in your head.
You think you see your boyfriend in the background talking to a girl.
You think to yourself, "Oh hell no is that the hooker Jamie from Delta Gamma?! You pick a fight for no reason and then can't even admit you were Snapchat stalking because you'll look like a weirdo.
I think the only person who still Facebook messages me is my 76-year-old grandmother who can't figure out texting.
I don't even have any advice for you weirdos except get a life.So don't let your impression of their Instagram or Facebook turn you off.The bottom line is, social media has given us way too many ways opportunities to create issues within our love life.Don't check stories if you're staying in and they're not.
Enjoy your alone time and don't ruin it by getting a play-by-play of their more fun night.What I mean by that is they don't really understand which pictures they look good in/ don't look good in (lol) or won't even post a picture for like 22 weeks.