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Robert offered Alan the opportunity for a formal introduction, but Alan respectfully declined when Robert informed him that Tyler was already romantically involved with another gentlemen. Alan noticed Tyler on the "friends" list of an acquaintance on Facebook.Alan sent Tyler a friend request, and Tyler accepted.As the first week of 2010 is in full swing and online dating site memberships are at an all-time high, let's talk about the phenomenon of falling in love with a little help from Facebook.With over 350 million members on the number one social networking site, I have a feeling more of these stories will be coming to the surface. Singles have embraced the popular relationship status feature where they go from "Single" to "In a Relationship" to "Engaged" and then to "Married." We have to hope that in between we don't see "It's Complicated" when there's a bump on the road.Lucky for me, the chocolate temptation to buy the entire stock abruptly ended and a Facebook love affair didn't blossom.However, I did join their Facebook group along with over 600 other fans.While there was no love or romance involved, I found out that both of our cars were being serviced at the same dealership on the same day.In error, I received his car instead of mine due to us having the same last name.
After exchanging phone numbers, the romantic chemistry between Alan and Tyler took off immediately.The magic of Facebook allowed us to share that story together.If you are inclined to take it a step further from doing a simple search, there are numerous dating applications on Facebook that will expedite your search for finding love online.This week, I received an email from a man in Los Angeles asking if we were related.We had the same last name and he found me via Facebook.