Dating and mind games
You rearrange your beau's written messages to make his emotions less cryptic, even though it's better to just to send him a "What Do You Mean? You curve all "hey stranger" text messages that slide into your inbox by pretending not to know who they are.
You snooped so aggressively you discovered his ex girlfriend's cousin's mom teaches at your alma mater.
Instead of admitting he still occupies your mind, your strategy is to drunkenly scroll through months of his photos.
(See also: You're in love with him.)You don't just give your BFFs a front row seat to your relationship, you also let them ghostwrite your rebuttals.
You allow your hot gent to kiss you with morning breath, but let the sexual tension to slowly build up like wooden blocks.
But while we're all gunning for high scores, here are the 15 games we should probably stop playing so we don't kill the fun.(Aka ghosted.) But if I sat there and tried to explain to my dear mother, mom he hasn’t added me on snap chat, or followed me on insta or sent me a friend request yet. Or if I told her I’m salty AF about the fact he opened my snap and didn’t answer. Or tagging each other in memes and sending pics is a whole new level everyone hopes to get to, I think my mother’s head would spin. We claim we want relationships and want to see someone but we cancel the day of for reasons we don’t even know. Everyone says they hate being single but they’d rather spend a Friday night alone watching Netflix and swiping than try stepping out their front door.