Online dating your area
We’ve all heard of catfishing, in which someone pretends to be someone they’re not in order to catch a potential mate.In “kittenfishing,” however, someone isn’t exorbitantly lying in their online dating profile, they’re just stretching the truth.The person you’re with is into you, but they aren’t sure they want to close the door on other possibilities, and therefore “stash you” as one would with a basket of dirty laundry, in the closet.
There’s also a good chance that you have utterly no clue what they mean—if you’re anywhere north of 40, at least.
Someone who will text you but fail to respond when you text back. It stands for “involuntarily celibate” and is usually used as a term of identity by people who feel entitled to sex but can’t get any.
Someone who will never make plans to see you but expect you to drop everything and come over when they happen to have an afternoon free. These people suck and, more often than not, are actually dangerous.
Because god knows that being in an intimate relationship with regular sexual activity is akin to being chained to the ground. Getting curved is a little easier to bear than a flat-out rejection.
It’s when someone turns down your advances but doesn’t do it in a direct way.
If your ghoster appears, that means you are being orbited.