Chelsea, a 25-year-old Manhattanite who has been both a ghost and a ghostee says the fast-paced, onto-the-next mentality of online dating makes the need for an "it's not me, it's you," conversation irrelevant.
"Even after one or two dates they are still just a profile to you, not a person.
But for Millennials, online dating seems to have further complicated the already mysterious process of falling in love.
Our entire approach to adulthood has shifted, in fact, from where we choose to live, to how long we stay in school.
"We don't want to actually let ourselves fall for anyone because what if someone else better is out there?
Everything has been going well and for the first time in a long time I feel like I’m getting attached.
Yesterday out of boredom I signed onto the dating site where I met for the first time in a long time.
We have never had a talk about exclusivity, so this is all fair game.
Seeing that he was online hurt me and threw me a little.