20 of the most annoying kinds of couples
The invisible couple
Ah, the couple who's not afraid to feed each other in public. You might think it’s sexy, but no one else needs to see this, especially if it's at a restaurant.
There’s one exception to this rule, and that’s shoving cake in your spouse’s face on your wedding day.
The TMI couple
Usually a long-term pair, these two are way too comfortable with each other. If you’ve asked your partner to decipher a bowel movement, you’re the TMI couple.
You’re besties, and that’s adorable. But your other friends are probably disgusted.
If you and your partner can’t go anywhere without each other, you’re the attached-at-the-hip couple. Learn to do your own thing. Being independent will keep the spark alive in your relationship. It’ll also keep you sane.
The annoying Facebook couple
The constant arguers
Probably the most unsettling pair to be around, this couple will find any reason to argue. Most topics will spark a fight, and anyone hanging out with them plays peacemaker.
If you don’t want to lose friends, we suggest keeping it to yourselves.
The we couple
We love romantic comedies. We love Pictionary. We’re allergic to dairy. The “we couple” has sacrificed their individual identities to morph into a single being. It isn’t cute.
Being your own person is important in a successful relationship. Learn to appreciate the differences between you and your partner.
They love tickle fights, and they’re not afraid to have one right next to you. If you think you might be the foreplay couple, notice the looks on your friends’ faces the next time you’re getting publicly frisky. Are they rolling their eyes? Then stop.
The couple with all the answers
The couple with all the answers is quick to school everyone about matters of the heart. Usually, these two have been together for ages, but it’s especially annoying when they just met. If you’re this couple, put away the lesson plan and dish advice sparingly.
The breakup announcers
It’s awkward enough to go from “In a Relationship” to “Single.” Do you have to make a speech about it? This couple does, and it usually involves airing all their dirty laundry.
Keep it offline, guys—you know you’re just going to delete it later.