To end a relationship or date suddenly, with no explanation, and disappear completely with no further contact.
Usually this person can't deal, or be bothered with, confrontation.
I’ll never forget the first time I went to London a few months after launching Grindr.
I turned it on and saw guys showing up all over the place.
We command instantaneous communication, real-time news, and 24/7 information, and our dating attitudes now reflect the same warp-speed principles.
It’s no coincidence that so many of our Tinder profiles declare that we’re not looking for a pen pal; we’re looking to get to the point, because we don't have time to waste. With a social-media-enabled world out there offering new matches and distractions, waiting three days, or even 24 hours, to reply to a text is as antiquated as sending a carrier pigeon.
(But, you’re a city mouse and totally adept at multi-tasking, right?
A person who finds a person's intellect to be the most sexually attractive thing about them.
OKCupid added sapiosexual to their list of sexual orientations in 2014.
And, in the city, they're changing even faster than usual.
Our hyper-distracted temperament, grass-is-greener FOMO, and impatient demands to get everything, like, yesterday are rewriting the rules of dating quicker than you can say "swipe right." What was once an afternoon (fine, a lonely Sunday evening) spent trawling Ok Cupid is now a five-minute Tinder blitz during a treadmill run. Boundaries are being crossed, rubbed out, and re-drawn.