From the classics to Date/able originals, we got you covered:
The unfortunate person who prepares people for actual relationships, but doesn’t end up in a relationship him/herself.
A date that feels more like a job interview.
Determining someone’s desirability based on the distance between where he/she lives and where you live.
Another way of saying someone is “basic”
Text black hole
Entering into a never ending texting conversation with someone you meet online and never actually meeting them in real life.
Determining someone’s compatibility based on whether you would enjoy spending a Sunday with them doing absolutely nothing.
Going back to an ex.
Sober first kiss
The coveted first kiss where both people are completely sober.
Roughly half hour before last call is that last minute scramble to find some lovin’ for the night.
Young piece of ass who’s not good for you but you crave
When you don’t really want to date someone seriously but want to keep them “on the bench” for those lonely nights. This is done by consistently infrequent communication.
When you suddenly disappear from someone you’ve been on a few dates with by not responding in hopes that they will get the hint.
When you gradually slow down communication with someone you’ve been seeing eventually ending in not talking to them again.
When two guys, who have been with the same girl, are on good terms with each other (and possibly friends).
The female version of “eskimo brothers”. When two women have slept with the same man and remain on good terms.
Define the relationship. When two people put a label on what their situation is.
Down to fuck. Often asked as a question on hookup sites like Tinder.
An acronym for “Facebook official.” This is when you change your relationship status on Facebook to “in a relationship” with the person you are seeing.
When you meet your online date who appears completely different IRL (in real life) than they do in their profile.
When you’re dating someone but seem text them more often than actually face time.
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