Have you ever done it?
Ghosting is the act of ceasing communication with someone that you were trying to date with no explanation. It’s as if you just disappeared from the face of the Earth. Being ghosted by someone you thought you made a great connection with can really hurt, and ghosting someone else can make you feel like a bad person. According to the ladies of Whisper, they didn’t always feel right about ghosting guys, but it sometimes was the best choice.
Hey, you gotta do what you gotta do.
“I ghosted a guy I met off Tinder because I thought I was overweight, and he wouldn’t like my body. He said that I was beautiful, and I still ghosted him. What is wrong with me?”
“I ghosted on a guy I was into because he started saying stuff like ‘stop sleeping I miss you’ and blowing up my messages if I didn’t answer in a minute. I feel extra bad because I told him I like clingy guys.”
“I ghosted a guy who invited himself over to my apartment at 2 AM after I repeatedly said no, and he stalked my roommate to figure out my whereabouts. Sorry, but ghosting can definitely be okay.”
“I ghosted a guy after one time of hanging out because I couldn’t figure out what he saw in me. It’s hard dating people if you can’t think of any reason anyone would be interested in you.”
“After telling a guy I didn’t want a relationship, he became super clingy. So I ghosted him. I feel bad, but come on. I said I didn’t want a relationship.”