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Or maybe you're being breadcrumbed or cushioned—it's hard to tell. Relationship expert Susan Winter attributes our growing lexicon to the effect technology has on romance.
"It’s heightened by the distance that we have because of online technology," says Winter, explaining that because there is so often a screen between you and the person you're communicating with, exchanges can feel less personal.
The duo, who hail from Santa Clarita, California, are both on the autism spectrum.
They told Buzz Feed News that they were disappointed that online communities for autistic individuals were created and run by non-autistics.
And if dating someone based on shared beliefs in Twitter trolling or commonly muted words isn't enough, you can always date someone based on your shared hatred of things.
Jennifer Stone, 30 met actor turned director Fred Savage, 28, when they were growing up in a small town outside Chicago.
Nowadays, there’s seemingly a new dating term for every nuanced form of behavior. There's an "ease and lack of rules around dating," she says. These have become the regular dance steps—if you don’t think it’s going to work out, it’s just easier to ghost them because you don’t want to deal with it.