5 Totally Louisiana Texts to Send if You Think You’re Getting Ghosted
Honestly, if there's anything worse than being single, it's getting ghosted. Here are some fun Louisiana-themed texts to send if you think you're fixing to be a victim. At least you'll get a laugh out of it all!
If you don't know what 'ghosting' is, Urban Dictionary defines it as, 'The act of suddenly ceasing all communication with someone the subject is dating, but no longer wishes to date. This is done in hopes that the ghostee will just "get the hint" and leave the subject alone, as opposed to the subject simply telling them he/she is no longer interested.' If you've ever been 'ghosted,' then you know it super sucks and it seems to be the way folks tend to end things anymore. Yes, having a hard, but truthful conversation, is a pain, but it lets the other person know you're no longer interested. Plus, it's the right thing to do.
So what do you do if you think you're being ghosted? I'm the queen of shutting down, so if I feel unwelcome, I tend to distance myself naturally. But sometimes, you just really want to know what the deal is. Our staff of experts (ie: the single folks here at the radio station) came up with some pretty ingenious texts to send. While it may not save the relationship, you'll at least get a response and hopefully a chance to ask where things stand.
1. Did you drop your phone in the water by accident when you were duck hunting?
2. I feel like crawfish season will be here before you get back to me. What's the hold-up?
3. That's okay, take your time getting back to me. I'll be as patient with you as I am with my roux.
4. You must have zero reception when you're in the deer stand.
And, last, but not least...
5. I got tickets to the LSU game. You around?
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