Woman Sends Hilarious Google Survey To Everyone Who Has Ghosted Her In The Past 6 Months 😂
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We're just going to have to face up to the fact that ghosting is here to stay. Maybe it's been around for generations and we've only just gotten around to naming it but, either way, it's not going anywhere. It's such a part of our day-to-day existence, there is even a Halloween costume for those who have felt the pains. Of course, it could always be worse. On top of being ghosted, one could also be subjected to "orbiting."

People are no longer sitting back and waiting. They are taking dating into their own hands and collecting the data behind the Tinder. Like the woman who gave each of her dates an exit survey. Hey, you can't learn if you don't know the problem, right?

Now another sleuth-y woman is taking it to the next level and getting down to the nitty-gritty. Poet and slam master Jaz Sufi sent a survey to every person who has ghosted her in the last six months.

Creepy? No. Genius.


Twitter @calamityjaz


Twitter @calamityjaz


Twitter @calamityjaz


Twitter @calamityjaz


Twitter @calamityjaz

Twitter @calamityjaz

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