Ashley Hebert

August 6, 2011 by Post Team 

Ashley HebertAshley Hebert, Well, I have people dig the new Bachelorette coupling Ashley Hebert and JP Rosenbaum. And judging from what I’ve seen, are seriously cute together. But they are slowly crossing that fine line between adorbs and annoying, thanks to all of your online flirting.

Oh, yes, you have not been following? JP (a novice Twitter, Twitter, for the first time just a couple of days ago) was to write tweets soft, effusive about her new fiance. And the two of them are jokes back and forth on Twitter, link exchange with photos of babies (“Look at that smile! Love you boo.”) Aaaaaawwww or BLECH?

I think I’m on the computer BLECH. Not because I do not think it’s awesome to see two people so happy and in love, but … Question: Is Twitter really the best place to declare their love and flirt with your partner? R. No. It is not.

And, well, at least, is the work of Hebert and Rosenbaum to entertain the masses with their romance. Normal people have no excuse. You know what I mean. Everyone has friends or friends of friends doing on Twitter and Facebook, and soon I am sure + Google. Baby-talky wall posts, lots of hearts keyboard ongoing talks after a full status update of a husband and wife “taste” of another crash festival jobs. I’m not talking about the occasional “I miss you, can not wait to get home!” or “Bye, honey!” or “I love my wife!” status update, due in writing the wedding anniversary of the couple. I mean that his personal business relationship play along social networks for everyone (Twitter) to see or even 500 “closest” Facebook “friends.”

Most caramel communication – open as flirting, messaging hot, sweet things, etc. – is designed to enhance intimacy. Therefore, it should be kept private, as in shared only between two people in a relationship … ideally in person, by phone or Skype / face-time one by one. Share those words with the world via the Internet only cheapens its effect. Not to mention that a couple look as if they were a.) insecure, b.) hungry for attention, c) egotistical, or d.) stuck in high school, also known as all previous ones.

In short, if a couple needs to validate your web PDA to communicate with each relationship, I can not help thinking that is headed by a non. Of course we do not want to be the case of Ashley and JP! So hopefully, the two media savvy lovebirds quickly keeps most of his words of love themselves.

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