(Heads up, delete this bloke and never look back.)This is when someone who previously ghosted you comes back from the ~abyss~ and does something completely random, like following you on Instagram or 'liking' a picture from two years ago, just to remind you that they exist.If you slide into someone's DMs, it means you're ready to take your social media flirting somewhere a little more private: their direct messages, instead of on Facebook/Twitter/Instagram where everyone can see.We even threw in a few of our own to cover all bases.
Viral words change constantly, and expressing yourself and your desires in relationships can be difficult enough as it is.
But a new generation of online daters are looking for love on their smartphones, with as many as 27% of 18-24 year olds saying they have used online dating tools.
Of course, these younger users have brought some new lingo into the mix, so today’s “Lauren’s List” breaks down some key words and phrases you need to know if you plan to jump in the online dating pool. Cuffing season is the period between October and February when it’s cooler out and people want to cuddle up for the holidays.
Someone who “ghosts” simply disappears without warning or explanation.
Similarly, exes who suddenly pop up months later texting you or liking your posts are called “zombies”.