Here’s how to find out if that picture is a Rembrandt or rubbish.
A picture is worth 1,000 words; a picture chosen by its subject is worth 2,000 words.
A guy posing with his guitar, car or rugby team is either sincerely passionate about his hobby or wants girls to think he is because they reflect stereotypical female preferences.
Reject the request and find a guy with a normal sense of self.
Bonnie & Clyde are in a relationship and it’s complicated. Nicolaysen has been on the run from the police since April 4 for failing to check in with his parole officer, but has been regularly updating his Facebook status.
Fantasy can be fun, but this type of dude may have trouble in face-to-face social situations (e.g., dating).
We don’t care if he swears up and down that he’s single, if his status says he’s in a relationship, he’s only flirting with you because he wants a sweetie on the side.
And if his profile says he’s married, defriend the dude before he tries to make you a homewrecker.
A Facebook poker is a flirt of the worst kind: He lets you know he might be interested, keeping you on the line, without ever having to do a damn thing about it.
Yes, it seems odd that criminals on the run would alert their friends and family to their hideouts, but in these socially-connected times, Travis Nicolaysen is proving that even when you’re on the lam, there is always time to update your Facebook status.
The 26-year-old from Port Angeles, Washington, is wanted for allegedly assaulting his girlfriend in March.
Although, it appears that Nicolaysen’s girlfriend broke up with him, as he recently changed his relationship status on Facebook from “in a relationship” to “single,” according to the Peninsula Daily News.
Nicolaysen has been using the popular social networking site to keep in touch with friends and family and to find places to crash while hiding from the cops.
Don’t be surprised when he overshares relationship details — on Facebook or otherwise.