Three flash fiction love stories centered around Facebook.
by Milda Harris
I never responded to random people emailing me on Facebook. That is, until he emailed me.
I woke up, had some coffee, and logged on to Facebook today. He had left me a comment: To the most beautiful woman in the world, on our wedding anniversary, I love you.
One of those viral videos where a cat is playing the piano was circulating the office. I posted it on my guy’s Facebook page. He IMed me a second later: You just made my day. I about died laughing. I love you.
I took a picture of me and my dog and posted it on Facebook. I got about twenty comments within the hour about the cuteness factor. The best one was from this guy I had a crush on (although, now I wonder if he meant me or the dog): Cute!
Someday my prince will come. I just never figured he’d find me via Facebook.
I was a Friendster girl first, a MySpace girl second, and now I’m a Facebook woman. I’ll admit it. I have a crush on a Facebook man. He posts the most hilarious pictures. It’s all about making a girl laugh and now, he doesn’t even have to be in the room to do it.
Cute dogs in your Facebook photos don’t just work on women. They work on men too. That’s how I met my guy. He was a friend of a friend and we both posted a pic of us and our pups. Now they’re best buds too.
I just watched an online Facebook video proposal that my boyfriend posted on my wall. He likes to post funny videos on my page all the time, so it took me a good thirty seconds to realize that I was the one being proposed to in the video. I freaked out and then called him up to say, “Yes!”