"To the man who has showed me more beautiful places in this past year than I have ever seen in my whole life," she wrote in the caption. Thank you for all of the adventures and here's to many more." To the man who has showed me more beautiful places in this past year than I have ever seen in my whole life. Thank you for all of the adventures and here's to many more 🌙 A post shared by Lili Reinhart (@lilireinhart) on Aug 4, 2017 at am PDT on Betty and Jughead, named Bughead by fan's who "ship" the couple, ended the first season together but unsure what the future was going to hold.
The real-life couple had been reported to be dating for a while now.
Making a phone call takes more courage and could be considered rude past a certain hour, but shooting over a simple text is no biggie and not as disruptive. Take advantage of the positives of the modern dating scene while maintaining some aspects of tradition.
People are even “breaking up” with each other these days via text message, or not breaking up with each other, just blatantly ignoring each other’s texts until the hint is taken. No awkward conversations, just temporary feelings of rejection and confusion for the person who has been ignored, aka “ghosted,” but everyone moves on eventually. It may seem intimidating, but think about how much easier it is to meet people now.
It looks like everyone's favorite "Riverdale" couple is officially dating in real life.
In a new Instagram post, actress Lili Reinhart, who plays Betty, shared a birthday message for actor Cole Sprouse, who plays Jughead, thanking him for making her past year memorable.
This virtual platform generated a secret society of intrigued daters who apprehensively fulfilled their curiosity by signing up.
You can find love by swiping right on your phone while at home sitting on your couch or even on your toilet.We live in times where we can search for a mate by inputting our most desired criteria, essentially curating our ideal person.Times are now that every single human being is given the same chance at love as anyone else, no matter what gender, ethnicity, religion or sexual preference.It seems we’re losing touch of basic social skills.Instead of conversing with new people, everyone’s heads are in their phones, either sending texts or skimming through social media.