Sam often referred to her then-boyfriend as 'my man' or 'my babe', which Nikki claims is another bad sign.
Nikki said some couples aim to show an element of ownership in their posts - whether it's to tell others to back off, or to flaunt a new relationship to an ex.
'Couples are taking these photos, straight away putting them online and then watching the likes and comments instead of being with their partners.'And the Bachelorette's recently split Sam Frost and Sasha Mielczarek appear to be guilty of this.
Pictures of the couple posted to Instagram show them posing for the camera in staged positions, and rarely appearing happy.
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'Why not post a photo because it's a happy moment or a funny photo or because it shows real happiness?'Instead there are a lot of people out there who want to flaunt to their friends and the world that this person is mine.' On the other end of the spectrum is social media star Pia Muehlenbeck and her photographer boyfriend Kane Vato.The couple work as a team to develop Pia's profile, and Kane runs a behind-the-scenes blog titled Diaries of an Instagram Husband.Al Goldstein, the bird-flipping publisher of Screw magazine who helped break down legal barriers against pornography and raged against politicians, organized religion and anything that even suggested good taste, died today at a Brooklyn hospice.Whether taking potshots at sacred cows in the magazine's pages, or placing an 11-foot-tall sculpture of an extended middle finger outside his Florida home, his angry humor, garish attire, numerous divorces and X-rated mind made him an infamous national figure. He had tremendous respect for friendships.'When he co-founded Screw in 1968, the American legal system was embroiled in a battle over what constitutes obscenity.