More and more couples are merging their Twitter and Facebook accounts. “What does it mean when you want to portray yourself as a couple rather than an individual?”

From The Courier Mail:

WE all know a couple who can’t do anything without their partner. Often it’s cute. Sometimes it’s a little over-the-top.

Now, an increasing number of couples are going so far as to join their Facebook and Twitter accounts.

Rather than being a sign that these couples are too co-dependent, some suggest it’s the modern-day version of opening a shared a bank account.

But there’s a difference.

Facebook was created to be all about “you”. The pages you like, the pictures you post and the comments you make are all done with an awareness that you’re being watched, and you are able to carefully curate how the outside world sees you.

So what does it mean when you want to portray yourself as a couple rather than an individual?

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