Social media has many uses and some people use it as a dating app, letting everyone know that they are desperate for love or a hook up.If you’re not sure you’ve become too thirsty on social media, here are some ways to find out: You stalk people They may not know this, but you are a professional online stalker, ten-to becoming a hacker. Considering that, you’ve never met more than half of your online friends; throwing your two cents worth at their every post might seem a little desperate and stalker-ish. You post things that don’t belong to you Ever stolen a pic and pretended like it was your own just to look cool? The designer shoes that weren’t yours and the flowers that were sent to your office by a ‘mistery man.’ Be careful you don’t get caught and get trolled…just saying. You are a DM demon Even when you get a message back, you send another one until people start ignoring you. We know for sure that the person you DMd, got the message. So, they are being polite by simply ignoring you. Take a hint, before they respond with a nasty message that will break your heart. And professing your love and lust for them is not good either. You’ve been blocked before You’ve gone to the far ends of the world to make a connection with someone, hoping to turn it into reality. Suddenly they block you, and your heart is broken. If people keep blocking you, you must know you are being too thirsty. You change your relationship status all the time Part of your attention seeking is constantly changing your status and letting everybody know through your pseudo-subliminal posts about it. To remind every one that you are available, your suspicious ‘in a relationship’ status constantly changes to ‘available’. It’s a back and forth thing, and don’t fool yourself, we see ya, God sees ya! You’re too provocative You do everything Kim K does including posting very revealing pics of yourself, just to get a reaction from your followers. Of course, near nude pics will get you some attention from your guy friends, but hey, they’ll also see that you need a glass of H2O. Remember things don’t go away on the net, and those pics may resurface at the most inconvenient time.
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