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These "Mutual-Stalker" Couples Are the Opposite of #RelationshipGoals


It's a wonderfully terrible feeling to be in love. To think about a person all day, every day, to look at someone who just lights up your brain and has you wondering what they're doing at every minute. You feel like an idiot, but it's a terrific stupidity that warms you, and makes you want to proclaim your love to the rest of the world. So you tell your friends and family members, you change your relationship status on Facebook, you know, the usual.

Or you can go a little further and be more like these couples that everyone on Twitter is calling "creepy."

We've all seen those lovebirds that take their public displays of affection a little too far. We're not talking about putting your boyfriend or girlfriend as your #MCM or #WCM in an Insta post, we're talking about the constant, paragraph long posts about how the person they're with now is their one and only and they can't imagine life without them. 

Who exactly are these overly sappy posts for? Everyone knows that there's probably trouble in paradise at that point, science pretty much has confirmed it.

But the way this couple expresses their love for one another will make even the most petulantly "lovestruck" couples on your Facebook feed look tame by comparison. It started with Twitter user @Pink_Punanii's tweet that featured a series of photos taken by couples who were very, very into one another. In her caption of the pics, PP wrote, "I wanna be this obsessed with my relationship." Which many users took issue with, because, well, just wait till you see the photos and it's easy to understand why.