I Ghost People I’m Dating Like It’s My Job — And I’m Not Sorry


About a year ago, if you told me that you ghosted someone, I would have judged you. Having been ghosted quite a few times in my life, I can tell you that it hurts. 

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Back in the day, I used to believe that people deserved an “exit interview,” if you know what I mean. In theory, I still do believe this. However, what’s been going on in the dating scene has got me thinking otherwise.

Nowadays, I ghost plenty of people and I’m very unapologetic about it.

You see, there are certain moments in which dating just gets too d*** unpleasant. With some guys, if you tell them that you don’t want to pursue them, they take this as an opportunity to argue with you. Back in the day, most people would be upset but understanding. The problem is that today, people just can’t take no for an answer.

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A good example of this happened with the guy who was the final straw who broke the camel’s back for me. This is literally the conversation we had:

Me: Listen, dude, you’re nice and everything, but it would never work out between us.

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