" (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?
If your boyfriend or girlfriend is spitting game via Facebook, you should break up with them solely because they're clearly an insignificant loser. I wish this weren't a thing: but stop caring about your bae's cyber game opponent.
And honestly, if they do something sketch in a story you bet your butt at least 5 of your homies are going to tell you before you even need to watch it.
I would go into Snapchat best friends but now that's a thing of the past, liberating guys and torturing women every-fucking-where. Oh my god, I swear, listening to girls complain about their boyfriend's activity on Instagram is some of the funniest stuff I've ever witnessed.
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 let Social Media make or break your opinion of a crush/ hookup buddy. You start crushing on a guy, or hookup with someone new and your very first instinct is to cyberstalk.