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The most common way for teenage boys to ask someone on a date is to ask a girl in person rather than via text message.
Perhaps in part because there's a happy ending — and a second video, which in some ways is better than the first!
But there’s also a more negative side to teen dating and social media.
Girls are especially likely to experience inappropriate flirting on social media, with about one-in-three (35%) reporting they have blocked or unfriended someone whose advances were making them uncomfortable. Overall, 27% of teen daters have used social media to keep track of their romantic partner’s whereabouts.
Among teens with relationship experience who use social media, 65% of boys say platforms like Facebook or Instagram make them feel more connected with what’s happening in their significant other’s life, compared with 52% of girls.
Boys (50%) are also more likely than girls (37%) to say social media makes them feel more emotionally connected to their romantic partner.
Dannah and Dani may only be 5 and 6 years old respectfully, but they have boy smarts way beyond their years. "Let em know, let em know" 😂 #curlyhair #theellenshow #danianddannah #kidmodel #gapkids #picoftheday #igbabies #cutekid #frobabies #curlygirl #tutu A post shared by Dani and Dannah (@danianddannah) on See, when Dannah started having boy troubles in school, she and her sister were happy to spell out the whole drama on camera with mom, Dani Lockett.