But even when your loved ones intentions were pure, they let emotional sentiment, tradition, or misinformation influence their advice. It’s not surprising that both of them are villainesses.
Complicating their relationship is that he is literally The Perfect Cop, while she’s an International Jewel Thief.
Social networking site Facebook is five years old this week, but I won't be wasting time 'poking' cyber friends - that's contacting them to you and me - and celebrating online.
Nothing sums up the shallow world we live in more than a group of people chatting away to each other for hours each day via sites like Bebo, My Space and Facebook.
A whopping , we need a page that exposes Facebook as the dangerous government tool designed to con the American people into offering up all their private information freely.
Facebook users now share who their friends and relatives, and yes, even their enemies are, as well as all their likes and dislikes willingly just as the powers that be craved as far back as the roaring twenties.
And - best of all - it's not something that anyone else need know about.
I don't bore the rest of the world outside my best friends with my anxieties, my miseries and my objects of hatred. The time I spend each week in chat-rooms is precisely zero.
Everyone, from Lily Allen to David Miliband, does it.
After all, many of us can reach tens of thousands and even millions of people monthly without so much as a Facebook account already. That's two thirds of the population of this country!
What if you're all wrong and the few that are warning you are right about Facebook being used in a way only Christian prophecy can predict?
Have these sad characters got nothing better to do?
What is it about the real world that they find so unappealing?