Yes, I do like you. A lot.
Yup, I’m speaking to you, (please insert your name.) You’re unique. And I like–no, I love that about you!
And, if you love me too, then please join all the other unique fans on my Last Kiss Facebook page. Then we can be unique together
SCENE: Woman at a computer. Man behind her.
WOMAN: Gee! You’re right! According to Facebook, I do like you!
Art by Vince Colletta Studio
Oh, if only life were this simple. You fall in love on Facebook. You get married on MySpace. You honeymoon on Photobucket.
Later, you sneak over to Twitter and have a brief, slam-bam (140-characters, ma’am!) affair. Incriminating photos are posted on Flickr.
Things get nasty on LiveJournal. Everyone finds out through StumbleUpon. And your divorce is broadcast on YouTube…
Start to finish, the romance only takes–what? Thirty minutes?
SCENE: A woman smiles and talks to a man as the man beside her glares.
WOMAN: No! We’re not divorced--yet! But I de-friended him on Facebook!
So much to read–so many ways to not have time to read it!
(But, sure! I would love an iPad.)
SCENE: Man and woman smile at each other. Books in the background.
MAN: I’ve gone digital! Now I can carry around all the books I’ll never read!