Dating by text
The fadeaway, a dating move in which you abruptly cut off communication with someone without explanation, is unequivocally rude…but often tempting. But you’re wrong about people being able to take hints.
For the betterment of society and youth-dating culture, I’ve put together a series of texts you can send (See? ) to end a romantic liaison, depending on your situation and how many dates you've been on with the person you're rejecting.Feel free to implement any or all of these templates for your own use, you lazy bastard: Even after a couple dates, though you're still a free agent and owe nothing to anyone, it's still considerate to take the 10 seconds out of your crazy busy life to let the guy off the hook if he's still trying to go for date three.He probably thought the date went really well because you're charming and funny and legitimately enjoyed yourself.That's why you have to let him know you're not interested in moving forward romantically, so he can put his eggs in a more receptive basket.Even horrible dates need a clean, definitive ending, because the only thing worse than having wasted your time on a bad date is wasting your time for days to come, answering his awkward booty texts and hang-out propositions, when you could have shut it all down in the time it takes you to brush your teeth.
Sometimes, a face-to-face conversation is the only way to end a romantic liaison, especially when you've been hanging out with someone repeatedly for a few weeks.