It feels like nearly every person alive is playing Pokémon GO right now – possibly because they literally are (note: not literally, not even close), with GO managing to eclipse social media gigantor Twitter in active users after launching only last week.
Relationship status: jealous that my wife collected more Pokemon than me today.
— james siciliano (@pizzasauceboss) July 12, 2016
You can go catch Pokemon but not take me to Whataburger? Yea this relationship is over
— Enzo (@u8alyssa) July 12, 2016
We went into an actual graveyard today to catch Abra if that tells you about how Pokemon Go is affecting my relationship
— Bloody Honey (@BloodyBHoney) July 11, 2016
too busy searching for pokémon to have a relationship atm
— Natalie Monroe (@officiaInatalie) July 10, 2016
currently sitting alone in my car at a random park as kevin is running around catching pokémon. relationship goals????????
— julia neuman (@neuman_julia) July 10, 2016
When Pokemon Go takes over your relationship :/ pic.twitter.com/3Fke8VbuPk
— trandrea (@andrelisha) July 7, 2016
you think your relationship is great until that pokemon game comes out and you see where your mans’ true priorities lie ??
— rachael marie (@rae_punzel) July 7, 2016
Urgent. Please help. I have lost my boyfriend over Pokemon Go, and can no longer find him.
— Lauren Bruton (@laurenvbruton) July 12, 2016
Just spent an hour driving my wife around town whilst she hunted Pokemon. Not sure if relationship highlight or low point.
— Justin Crawford (@jcrawfordtas) July 12, 2016