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You can review your UberEats order, landlord and pretty much every other experience in your life, so why not the men you date?

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People, more specifically crushes, are complex creatures that make it hard to determine what's brimming under the surface of their black stares and daydream sessions. When you're emotionally invested small things can easily be blown out of proportion or your love goggles might be blinding you from glaring truths. 

So if you're totally crushing on someone and you've made the move from normal conversations to flirty interactions, only to be met with an awkward phase of WTF is going on... we're here to tell you that you might have just reached the danger zone of the relationship.

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As if we needed another disgusting dating term to worry about. But here it is: stashing. Is this step-up or step-down from the horrors of ghosting? We'll leave that for you to decide. Stashing is defined as when someone you're dating/seeing/even official with hides you from their close friends, family, or social media. Sound horrible yet? Because we're already scared. 

Stashing can happen in a variety of ways. While ghosting, albeit terrible, is pretty concrete - your S/O simply drops off the face of the earth without any notice - stashing can be a lot more subtle, and in some ways, dangerous. 

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It's been about two days. You're lying bed, hitting the home screen button on your phone even though you know you didn't hear it vibrate. He hasn't texted you back after that great first date and you're probably wondering, "What did I do wrong?"

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Ah yes, so. You're texting a guy you're seeing/dating/made out with once after last call. You had a great time whenever you last touched-tounges and you are low-key into it. Of course, you can't be together 24/7 or even 15/5, so you do what we all do - text. 

Texting someone you're into can be complete and utter trash because of all the politics associated with online/virtual dating. How long do you wait before clicking send? What kind of emojis do you use? If you send a text at 2 a.m. is he going to magically appear on your door with pizza and lube? So many questions. 

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