“In almost every social scenario, women have their pick of men,” he explains.I recently delved into the topic of ‘ghosting’, which is when someone who you’ve had an intimate relationship with disappears.He thinks I owe him a further explanation, but I don’t.I think that would just provide him another opportunity to get together with me.Comments on this story are moderated according to our Submission Guidelines. We reserve the right to close comments at any time.
“The big ‘chess move’ in dating is how quickly you respond to messages,” explains Aaron, 27.
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Olly*, a 25-year-old graphic designer, was on the train home after a date with Jen, the 24-year-old media planner he’d met on Tinder a few weeks before. Not even because he wanted to wait another day to play it cool.
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