Lafargue prepared a timeline of their relationship represented with Instagram photos; not just their moments together, but their own separate, first moments using the app and setting up their accounts.
The gesture isn’t just reminiscing about the moments in the photos, it’s a celebration of the thing that brought them together: Instagram.
Wisdom and Lafargue are hardly the only couple to tell this story.
Earlier this year, i Carly actress Jennette Mc Curdy and NBA star Andre Drummond connected thanks to social networks. confronted by statistics and a bunch of basketball jargon. and super, super tall,” she wrote in an op-ed earlier this year.
Many of these apps build off of preexisting social networks; what if they’re just adding an extra step to the whole thing?
Maybe in these complicated times, less can lead to more.
Drummond used Twitter and Instagram to profess his interest in Mc Curdy, whose Twitter followers urged her to check him out. “Not yet satisfied with my knowledge of this guy’s deal, I backtracked on his Twitter page a few months and checked out his Instagram … And judging by the amount of me-related posts he had shared, it seemed he had been expressing his crush on me for quite some time. It’s hard not to be impressed by a boy who will express his feelings for you in front of hundreds of thousands of people.” Sadly, it was not a love that lasted – as evidenced by the many Vine videos Mc Curdy posted hinting at the breakup.
But during their relationship, the two documented their time together on Instagram.