There are certain things in life which are never easily understood, not least of all when it comes to dating. Men - you think you know them and are reading the signals correctly when suddenly, out of the blue, you realise that, who you thought you were dating, was a pure figment of your imagination - and that, actually, you know as much about men as you did when you were fourteen and fancied the boy who worked in the chippie on the corner. Sadly, unlike fourteen-year-olds, when it comes to dating, time is slightly more of the essence the older one gets, and unless you're looking to spend two years of your life on a guy who's idea of commitment is adding you as a Facebook friend, sometimes it is useful to sift the chaff from the grain - or the players from the keepers, before your collecting your free bus pass. Players aren't always good looking but they are always charming and charismatic. They will know how to attract people and be a master at manipulation. An experienced player is an expert at the double bluff, presenting himself as spontaneous and innocent at the beginning of a relationship, supposedly ignoring the text book 'rules of dating'.
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The definition of ghosting according to Urban Dictionary is, "The act of suddenly ceasing all communication with someone the subject is dating, but no longer wishes to date. A better definition is you and I meet, we have amazing chemistry, we hang out, have awesome sex, I bond to you and you disappear, ultimately breaking my heart. In today's online world, when no one is holding anyone accountable, it's easy to just disappear. Warning Sign 1 is Chemistry And I mean hot, can't take your hands off each other and the sex is so amazing type of chemistry. When the chemistry is this hot, turn and run the other way.
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Holy Tinder swipe, guys, we have gone on way too long without a word to describe this dating phenomenon. For those of you wondering what "Cinderfella" means , we need to give some mad props to Michelle Martin of The Huffington Post for coining it. See, it hasn't escaped anyone's notice that we have all been brought up in a culture where, stereotypically, the woman is the "clingy" partner, the one who has immediate relationship expectations and projects them all on a guy halfway through the first date. Here is Martin's term for anyone who has experienced the exact opposite:.