Title:When Couples Break Up, According To Facebook Data. Alternatively, He/She Was Way Out Of Your League Anyway ---- Geekologie
Idon't know about you, but I've never beenbroken upwith. Shot and left for dead, sure, but neverbroken upwith. The few times italmosthappened I tricked the girl/dino into giving it anothershot, and then broke up withherthe next day. Haha, works like a charm! Well, at least until they startsmashing your electronicsand beating your car with a rake.Womens.
A very interesting data visualization from infographic wizard David McCandless is making its way around the web, depicting the most common times a year that people break up -- via Facebook status updates.
McCandless whipped out the chart during a TED talk this past summer. Apparently, he and his team scraped 10,000 status updates for the phrases "break up" and "broken up," and made the following discoveries: 1). A ton of people break up before social occasions like Spring Break and the summer, 2). Mondays aren't just the start of the work week -- there're the end of many a relationship, 3). People have the decency not to dump their significant others on Christmas Day.
That chart is really fascinating and all (I didn't actually bother looking at it), but I can already tell you when most people break up.The day one of them finds out the other is cheating.Also a popular date for gun-related deaths!” - Geekolgie