New trends in dating
Pokemoning – This vile trend involves someone trying to basically collect as many partners as possible.
You think it could be something special, but to them, you’re just another notch on the bedpost.
But as you fire up Tinder or Bumble, be aware – 2018 looks set to bring us a host most insidious dating trends you might end up falling for.
Dating is becoming less rushed and because of this we are taking more time to actually know our partners and, eventually, understand ourselves better as well.
According to Statistia, there are 1.96 billion social media users worldwide, 185 million of which reside in the United States.
We expect to see these two passions manifest into destination dates in exotic locales like one of the Seven Wonders or a new country neither of you have visited before.
While douchebags like this are nothing new, this new breed of chancers can be identified by their tendency to wear red and white baseball caps, fingerless gloves and claims to “want to be the very best, like no-one ever was”.
Phil Jonesing – It gets to that point in the relationship where you start sending each other photos (I won’t go into any more detail, but you know exactly what we mean). But their photos just look like them lying on the floor, gurning madly. You’re chatting away, it’s all going great, and you arrange to meet.