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Then there are the unanswered questions – If I’m interested in someone, if I find them inspiring, interesting, they make me happy or I just like spending time with them, why can’t I just say it?
I think that’s the thing that gets me the most, why can’t we just communicate like fully functioning humans enough to barely compliment someone?
One swipe can hand you an instant ego boost or the promise of a future meet-up with a cute stranger, but navigating a world of nude texts, fake profiles and “Netflix and chill” can also feel exhausting, demoralizing and never-ending.
Call it ‘playing it cool’ but I just call it plain old arrogance that anyone things that they possess the honour to call upon – way to send feminism back 100 years.2.
This takes me to my next point; for me personally and maybe like a lot of you out there, I tend to trust people far too quickly.
Texting has become so cryptic that you don’t know whether you’re texting his friends or just a cardboard cut out of nearly every boy out there in a circle that’s just, exhausting.4.
When you’re actually successful on one, two or three dates (and well done to you for getting this far), because he’s played out every textbook scenario right thus far, then the post-date games begin.
Lack of communication seems to be one of the major threads that’s hindering our ability to date as millennials.