Internet dating jargon
Ghosted or Swayzed Dating apps, text-message flirts and social-media stalking may help get things going, but guess what, breaking up is still hard to do. Ghosting or Swayzeing is derived from the classic 1990 movie “Ghost,” starring Patrick Swayze. lumbersexual First described by Tom Puzak on the site Gear Junkie, lumbersexuals are men who are “more concerned with existing in the outdoors, or the pseudo-outdoors, than meticulous grooming habits.” This generation’s answer to metrosexuals, lumbersexuals have rugged beards, love nature (or at least looking at it on Instagram) and are often wearing flannels and dad jeans. non-date date In Washington, the capital of alcohol-induced networking, it can be hard to determine whether something is actually a date. on a thing Saying you’re “seeing someone” is so 2014. slaying Daters who are after this aren’t chatting you up for the conversation. They consider themselves sexual hunters and the people they flirt with their prey.
But in web-speak "curvaceous" quite simply means "fat".
"But if a girl says she's 'up for fun' in a dating profile I immediately assume she’s talking about bed." Appearance is another minefield.
If you’re female and blessed with an hourglass physique, "curvaceous" would be the obvious word to pick.
geographically undesirable That guy or woman who has all the right stuff but lives in the wrong place.
And that place probably involves going over a bridge (shudder), paying a toll (seriously, where are we?!? If your Zip code is home to chain restaurants, requires a car ride or Metro odyssey and has no restaurants open past 10 p.m., that’s G-U, and no, we don’t mean Georgetown University. Guess you need to go to another happy hour together to find out! They have one end goal, and that’s scoring, in the biblical sense.