It’s as if a geek in Silicon Valley invented a language, only forgot to tell anybody, let alone publish a dictionary.
” Whatever term you use, it’s guaranteed to offend at least some people on the older side of 60. Hardly anyone admits to actually being “old.” A Pew Research Center study of 2,929 Americans age 18 plus found that respondents under 30 said old age begins at 60, but respondents 65 plus said 74.Even if you’re built like a footballer, or a weightlifter, women may suspect you have a serious Krispy Kreme habit with all the adverse consequences that implies. "Inadvertently, people use clichés which others interpret more cynically," says Cunningham.Experienced internet dater Andrew Gibson, 47, considers himself an expert at recognising the red flags.It's not a friendship, or a relationship, but something in between: SLOW fade The slow fade is the process of ending a lackluster relationship or fling by gradually reducing contact and response times.Like a smoother version of breadcrumbing, the person doing the fading will taper off contact, like gradually turning down the volume on a song and starting a new one without anyone noticing. SNAK A snack is a babe, a honey, a stunner, a smokeshow, a jaw-dropping vision. A snack is a powerful force in the universe whose mere presence can cause those in proximity to them to lose their minds entirely.