David Burd, wtop.com
WASHINGTON - It used to be that you'd be at a party and your wife or girlfriend would share a story with party-goers that you wish she had cleared with you first.
For example, I was at a party and the wife of a friend of mine told me that my friend liked to kiss the family dog on the mouth. Wow. Talk about over-sharing.
Now, with social media, the whole world can know that your boyfriend or husband kissed the family dog on the mouth. Facebook and all of the other social media options are opening up new worlds for everyone.
Couples are posting things online that are causing a lot of friction with their spouses. For example, one wife posted on her Facebook page that her husband doesn't like to brush his teeth. Did she really need to share this online, where it stays forever?
The question this morning has to do with social media. Can you give me any examples of things or events in your life that were posted online that you wish were never posted?
One friend of mine posted online that she didn't like the restaurant her husband took her to for their anniversary. Needless to say, he read the post and it didn't go over well.
What are some examples of some over-the-top, too-much-information posts that you've done or your significant other has posted? Post a comment in this story, comment on WTOP's Facebook Page or use #WTOPTalkback on Twitter.
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