Monday, November 18, 2019

Will College Hotties Give Up Ghosting?!?!

Okay, nobody tell hotties that the rude practice is not as "devastating" as they'd like to believe and LIFE GOES ON on after a lady friend gives up, drops out our thankfully goes away . . . Here's the alternative perspective on the lonely and increasingly callous social media era:

Why We All Need to Ghost Ghosting

Imagine coming home after a fun-filled second date with someone you admire. You shoot them a text asking if they got home safely. No response. You get a little anxious, but it's fine. You think that maybe they didn't get the notification, so you send them another text reminding them of how much fun you had and that you're looking forward to meeting up again soon.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

I don’t think Samira got ghosted, it’s clear nobody would ever want anything to do with her. She needs to get some miniskirts and high heels and a lot of make up or she won’t ever get any dates period. If she lets it be known she puts out on the first date, she will get dates. Until then, zero dates.

Anonymous said...

^^^^ Lulz.

Anonymous said...

@6:51AM You know ghosting don't you? It's what your family and friends have done to you. Evidenced by your post at 6:51AM. Lonely bastard.

Anonymous said...

Dear Diary,

I've been rude to people in the past, but was shocked when someone did the same to me.
Oh well, I know that I'm still a special little snowflake and superior to others.
I am a college Communications major who insists on including GIF's, memes, etc., in my writing because it's so cute!

Anonymous said...

The Taliban has opinions on ghosting that are irrelevant

Anonymous said...

Is she a terrorist?

Anonymous said...

Remove dish rag from head and things will look up girl.