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Reddit user ToastedCookieOats shared the awkward text exchange, which went from bad to worse very quickly. After their first date, neither party was interested in a second — however only one of them was willing to cop the rejection on the chin and continue onto to the rest of the fish in the sea. The man had sent a follow up text the following day, thanking her for the time spent together. The initial 'follow up' text was sent.
By Danielle Sep. In case you've somehow been lucky enough not to hear about ghostingallow me to enlighten you. Ghosting is the most recent trend in ending things with someone you're seeing, where you basically freeze them out by not responding until they get the hint. But before you start to get all judgmental, hear me out.
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I only ghost first dates that I'm not interested in seeing again. Examples include: The date that forced me to use a coaster and referred to his mom as "mother. Netflix and Chill invitation.
You get the picture. But I've also learned some tough lessons during my year and a half of fitst on the regular. For example, that ghosting actually isn't a one size fits all fix for ending things.
Here are a few that have really stuck with me. Sometimes In most cases, if you're going to ghost on someone you have no interest in dating again, there is no benefit to deciding to answer their text messages. Dave firxt me on a great date, but by the end of it I felt like I was out with a buddy, not someone I'd ever want to get naked with. After ignoring a few of his texts, I caved and braced myself for the mean text messages I was used to getting when trying to gently let someone down.
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But what came was a sincere thank you. In short, some fo won't act a fool when you're actually upfront about not wanting to see them again. They're just few and far between. Or that his office was right around the corner from mine.
Or that he goes to the same gym as I do. Or that we both take the same commute home at basically frist same time every day.
If I had known this before we met up for our first date, I honestly might have canceled. But here I am months later, still ducking behind commuters when I see him on the subway platform.
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The lesson here? So when he wnat to go out again, I ghosted. This one really came back in my face when a few months later, he started dating my best friend's sister. Which meant seeing him pretty regularly, and even performing in an engagement flash mob together. Thankfully he's a cool guy and didn't hold it against me I think, anyway.
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But in the future, if there's ever a guy I end up dating who is connected to my friend circle even distantly you better believe I will do my best to end things in a civil manner. He saw me walk by a bar he was at after we had matched on a dating app NYC is actually that small and proceeded to text me saying so. He then asked why I didn't respond to him when he apparently banged on the bar's window.
Sufficiently creeped out, I didn't answer. But he kept at it, hard, and eventually I tried to explain why I was no longer interested because I don't have time for guys that get drunk and bang on windows at people they only know through a dating app — and then harass them about why they didn't respond. What's that saying, you can't argue with stupid? I'll sate leave that screenshot here.
But when it comes back around on me, I'm somehow still surprised at how off I was on my perception of whether or not the date was going swimmingly. Then again, who knows what could have happened to this guy. I mean, he could have moved away, gotten back with his ex girlfriend, got hit by a truck right firat he was sending me that blank space four months after our first date. But that's part of the appeal of ghosting, am I right? ro
It doesn't close the door all the way. Anything could have caused this person to stop responding. It's not necessarily us. It could be them. It's probably them. Yeah, let's go with that. Want more of Bustle's Sex and Relationships coverage? Check out our new podcast, I Want It That Way, which delves into the difficult and downright dirty parts of a relationship, and find more on our Soundcloud .