Whereas it's difficult to wear nice combinations in clothes for individuals, couples have this undying fascination of matching their clothes. However, it's always a "co-incidence".
2. "Besties" forever.
As soon as your best friend starts dating, he/she has a new BFF in town, which is his/her newest better half. They come together, leave together and of course, SLEEP TOGETHER. There are no two ways about that. They are a new 'team' since they spend ten hours in a day with each other. Hence, they know each other inside out. Who're you?
3. "End of the world" act.
Every big fight seems like "there's no tomorrow" for them and it's worse when they come out to party individually and are showered with hurtful questions. More often than not, they break into tears and it scares the hell out of you.
4. And saying "meaning-less" things is their THING.
This one is awesomely crazy - making the most embarrassing, rude, hurtful statements in front (or not) in front of people when they're drunk. Result - one of them acts like a stalker the next day forcing the other partner not to break up.
5. Video chat anywhere and EVERYWHERE.
Out of the 24*7 dating schedule, if they get a chance to spend some time apart for some reason or the other, they choose to still spend ALL THAT TIME together. "Baby, look I'm also partying and I miss you like crazy."
6. Nickname alert.
They have adorable nicknames for each other but it gets confusing when they use them when nobody around has any idea what they are talking about.
7. Oversharing about the relationship.
Seriously. WHY? Your relationship, your sexual life and your partner, what makes it important enough to share this information with the world for crying out loud?
8. Sharing is caring (and privacy is crime?)...
... even when it comes to PASSWORDS to anything - email, Facebook, laptop and any other possible thing that needs password in this whole wide world. Q. "Who is that girl you were (casual and not flirt) chatting with yesterday?" Ans. "Why were you analysing my Facebook chat at all? How's that fair woman?"
9. Public Display of Affection.
They express LOVE, more in public than private. It's a little embarrassing, to be honest.
10. Public scene disasters.
Party, restaurant, road, club - there's always a chance of one of them bursting out with anger and going through it without realising there are a hundred eyes on them. Fine, your boyfriend cheated on you. Go home and slap him for all we care. But first, GO HOME.
11. Stating the obvious and embarrassing each other.
"Yes. May be you're not lovable anymore but please don't ask me! I can't say yes, it's rude." But treating that partner like crap is NOT RUDE.
12. Spoon feeding each other.
Although they're grown up enough, it's difficult for them to eat by themselves. I fail to understand WHY.
13. Asking for relationship advice that leaves you in a spot.
They'll discuss each and every detail about their relationship with their friends who have absolutely no idea what they're talking about. But still, they'll open up hoping it will (somehow) help them.
14. And giving FREE relationship advice.
They think they are Mr. and Miss. Know-it-all, especially when it comes to "relationship issues". However, it's not too cool when they are facing the exact same issues.