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We are living in a complex digital labyrinth era. We use social networking sites to satiate our innate tendency to connect with fellow human beings. (Strange isn't it?)
As more and more social networking sites emerged in the last couple of years, our inner social animal has also grown up drastically and our curiosity to peek into others lives, dating multiple beings, stalking ability have also shot up expeditiously.
Amidst all the stalking, sharing, updating, hooking, messaging things, you fall into a sweet pit of marriage and that's where the whole thing changes.
After marriage, you can't behave or post random shits on social that once you used to do. Through this rib-tickling post, we are going to state different ways marriage changes how you use social media.
Forget about licking pictures, you can't even dare to stalk profiles of sizzling hot chics, which once were your huge crushes.
Unless you want a divorce or you are on some suicidal mission, don't even think about liking single girls pictures.
'Mah Life, Mah Rulzz' or 'If you are bad, I am your Dad' kind of posts, comments, and videos, these are some of the preposterous stuff that you immediately delete from social media after the wedding.
We know you hate your life, but eradicating traces of stupidity from social media accounts won't make you feel like a dolt in front of the partner.
Right after the wedding, your Facebook and Instagram accounts are not yours anymore.
You unwillingly share social media accounts passwords with the better-half so that she can keep a hawk's eye on your activities.
This is the painful truth that you have to live with the rest of your life.
Your relatives outnumber your social besties in the friend list after the marriage. No more 'Yo Bro' and 'Hey Babe' messages, only 'Namaste Uncle' and 'Pairi Pona Aunty Ji'.
Your metamorphosis from party freak places check-ins to Paarivarik places check-ins is the result of your wedding.
No more boozing and dancing pictures, only Hum Saath Saath Hain family type pictures rules your social media accounts.
No wonder that 1 other is obviously your spouse.
Somebody said it right-Born alone, and with 1 other on social media is a tragic human condition.
All hail to your wedding for dropping your notification numbers from 100/day to 10/day.
You are a hooked man what else you expect from people. Nobody gives a damn what a married man has to say. LOL!
My wedding pictures, My hubby birthday pictures, Karvachauth pictures, 1st-anniversary pictures, Iske in-laws pictures, Uske in-laws pictures, this is all you have left to post on social media.
To save yourself from the awkward Hi and Hellos, you hop on to social media either with the offline mode on or when the whole world in snoring.
Aur Kuttey Kaisa Hain? Oops Sorry...Is That Your Bhabhi Ji?
You have to face embarrassing situations like this hell lot of time after the wedding. Kudos to your joint social media account.
As Sheela once said, "What's My Name?" Your name becomes the awkward amalgamation of two surnames.
We are signing off here. Hope you have a happy married life!
By Moneeca Moitra | 22 Jul, 2019
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