Yes, some couples seem to be fine with using a mutual Facebook account (that's weird, people) or, less harmlessly, the same computer with all its cookies and search histories.
But sharing passwords is the Pandora's box of technology and relationships.
Aghast, they quickly asked: "Why didn't you warn us he could come on?
GUYS SAY: "It makes my blood curdle to think about some chick writing about me on a blog."GIRLS SAY: "I think everyone has heard stories about sad, miserable, melodramatic, really publicly blogged-about relationships, which wouldn't seem so bad if [the details] didn't live on in perpetuity.
Can you imagine your kids growing up and Googling you, to discover some old failure of a boyfriend you hardly remember? SITUATION: Browsing the Web While Watching TVRULE: Don't pull up Facebook while you're watching TV together.
After all, you don't have to chat with anyone you don't want to!
If someone is bothering me, I make myself 'busy' or block them."5.
SITUATION: Blogging About the Relationship RULE: Just remember that you can't erase or take back what you put out on the Internet.
Never write about personal moments, or post private pictures.
Couples today face a host of unspoken rules about technology.
Every man and woman in a modern relationship must navigate a complicated set of unspoken rules and etiquette for technology. In our list, we present 12 common situations where technology has wormed its way into our lives, introduce the rules we should live by, and get the scoop from both sexes.
As she took her turn, Ayda surprised the audience and admitted: "Poor Rob for what I'm about to say.
I don’t think I’d be offended if I found out that Rob had faked it because I've faked it before. I have two kids, I'm tired, there's tea on, there’s I’m A Celebrity, I have things to do." She went on: “I’m too much of a people pleaser. You want them to feel strong and manly.” "You have been faking it, with me Robbie Williams, popstar, 18 Brits!
"When Rita has an orgasm, she pulls my face, scratches my face, and pulls me on the nose.