Do you miss the era when couples used to argue over who did the crossword puzzle in the newspaper first, or who moved the rabbit ears and screwed up the reception after you rushed home in your Datsun to watch “Knots Landing”?
Technology has evolved tremendously in recent decades. . . and not surprisingly, so have fights between couples.
Today, sites like Facebook and Twitter have created a more visible, public and complex environment for maintaining relationships, and texting has changed the way we communicate with our friends, family, and significant others.
While sometimes, the newly developed technologies help our relationships (like having a long-distance relationship, or online-dating), oftentimes, the same technology is the basis for arguments between couples.
The website Mashable.com put together this list of tech arguments that couples commonly go through.
Top 10 Tech Fights Couples Have:
#1.) Prematurely deleting DVR’d shows.
#2.) Not following or friending on Twitter after you’ve been dating for a while.
#3.) When to stop an online dating site membership.
#4.) Porno sites popping up when you start typing in a web address.
#5.) Being Facebook friends with exes.
#6.) Being distracted by texting or using an iPad while together.
#7.) Tweeting news before you tell your significant other.
#8.) Getting caught in a lie about what you’re doing through a Facebook check-in.
#9.) Fighting over “Why is he or she posting on your wall?”
#10.) When to change your Facebook relationship status from “single” to “in a relationship.”
We have thought of a few more common tech fights to add to the list:
Not texting back quickly enough throughout the day,
drunk dialing or texting you,
and of course,
spending too much time gaming.
What is your most common tech fight?