(FYI, he replied finally because let me tell you I thought me and him were gonna end just like that)
Do you think guys get "slowly ditched" a lot via text by girls? Or maybe we just don't hear about girls getting "ghosted" as often?
*Sorry, I know that I already posted the same question. But I accidentally selected only girls to answer for that one. And this question is set out for both genders to reply to, as it is my original intention.
- Yah man, guys get ghosted more often.Vote A
- Naw, this kind of thing happens to girls quite frequently as well.Vote B
- Haven't experienced what "ghosting" is. Oh how the gods favour me (✌🏼️😎).Vote C
Most Helpful Guy
Well I don't know any specifics on number of guys or girls that get ghosted, but I'm a guy whose dated one girl and got ghosted. So so far I'm batting 1.000 in the ghosted department 😢. Can't comment who gets ghosted more, but all I know is it sucks. Also I'll say I didn't realize how common of a break up method ghosting was until it happened to me and I came on here and saw that it happens to a lot of other people. Its kinda sad really. I just wish the person who ghosts knew the pain it causes the other person.2THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
If I'm texting someone (from either gender) and they consistently take several hours to text me back or don't text me back for days I'll stop reaching out and most times won't reply when they eventually feel like talking. I can understand if someone is just really busy, you know? But those people who are just letting my texts sit in their inbox and not even telling me "I can't talk" or "I'm not in the mood right now" (which is 100% acceptable). I literally just ignore them going forward because a lot of times I'll be reaching out at their urging and now they're just wasting my time. If they want to reopen that sort of communication we can discuss that in person.3THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
- Show AllShow Less