The Dos and Don’ts of PDA

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PDA. No, this is not the 90s, and I’m not talking about your personal digital assistant. I’m talking about public displays of affection. Admit it. You’ve either been “that couple” who gets a little too touchy in public, or you’ve been the unfortunate person who has to watch “that couple.” Truthfully, you’ve probably been both. I’m fully willing to admit that I have been.

PDA is kind of a touchy issue (see what I did there?) because people have very different ideas about what is appropriate. Think you need a little guidance? We’ve sorted out what’s A-Okay and what’s a little questionable when it comes to sharing the love in public.

Garnet is a student at Columbia University in New York City. She is “that person” who starts dancing at a party when everyone else is standing around, and if there were a Facebook stalking Olympics, she would be a gold medalist. She also loves cheesy 90s music, and almost died of happiness when Vanilla Ice retweeted her. Once. Follow her on Twitter @garnethenderson.

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