On line dating terminology
Have you ever read an online dating profile and tried to decipher the internet acronyms listed?
Then keep this list of acronyms handy (or print it off and post it by your computer for future reference) and you'll understand internet-related dating lingo in no time.
It’s time to have this awkward conversation when you’re not sure if you should still be giving your number out and accepting free drinking at happy hour.
It usually starts with a question similar to, “Are you seeing other people?
Most services also encourage members to add photos or videos to their profile.
Members can constrain their interactions to the online space, or they can arrange a date to meet in person.” After this conversation, your relationship will take on one of the following states: over, open, or exclusive.— Open Relationship Similar to Communism, this type of relationship sounds good in theory, but is a disaster when executed in real-life.Definition: When the person you're seeing suddenly stops responding to any means of communication. Used in a sentence: "We went on three dates and then she ghosted me." Definition: Unlike ghosting, the slow fade is a more gradual way of cutting off communication with someone you're seeing.
The slow fade is when you begin to respond/interact less and less until you stop talking altogether.Thot can be used to describe someone in a negative way, or also can be used in a positive/playful way.