People most frequently change their statuses to “in a relationship” on Sundays through Tuesdays.
Get a a load of this infographic showing how Facebook impacts relationships.
What are recently divorced, separated or even broken up folks doing on Facebook? I’d say their antics might be fodder for cybersleuths everywhere!
Instead of indicating that they are in relationships, teenagers find it fashionable to call themselves married on Facebook.
YourTango has come out with a video about its “Break Up With Your Ex” campaign, and we’ve linked it here despite the fact that we don’t agree with all of the advice contained therein.
While public displays of affection aren’t exactly a new thing, an increasing trend is the use of status updates to perform such acts.
In the process of getting divorced? Just be careful what you say and who you friend on Facebook — 2/3 of divorce lawyers consider Facebook the primary source for digging up compromising information.
A recent TED talk by David McCandless reveals when Facebook users are most likely to end their relationships.
This morning I stumbled upon a little clip that shows how some peoples’ chat messages really happen. While chat has become a tool for flirting and romance in general, sometimes things just don’t work out the way they should. Check out the entertaining Facebook chat clip below.
Playing Mafia Wars on Facebook might not seem like the most productive use of time but for two Florida residents it had the best outcome ever. John Sweeney and Joanne Doane‘s passion for the game led to their very own happy ever after – and a free honeymoon courtesy of Zynga.