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Ordolis reports the Number One grievance for women dating online is that their potential love has lied about their height.
For men, it's that a woman has lied about her age and weight."You do want to amp up the way you look.
Halifax District RCMP is investigating after responding to a complaint of an attempted armed robbery on a walking trail around 5 p.m. A 15-year-old male was walking along the trail that connects Cole Harbour Place and Amaranth Cres., when he was approached by an unknown youth who was holding a knife and wanted money. The incident took place on the trail in the area of Amaranth Cres. The suspect is described as a white male, mid-teens, approximately 6’ tall and 150 lbs, with brown hair.
He was wearing a dark blue t-shirt, jeans, and black sneakers. If you have any information about this incident, you are asked to contact the Halifax District RCMP at 902-490-5020.
Ordolis said a stasher will rarely take their date out on the town and when they do, all photos taken of the trip will only feature the stasher and omit the stashee.
With more people meeting online and fewer meeting through mutual friends, Ordolis said stashing has become much easier in the digital age.
Now, the term is used to describe people who misrepresent themselves, be it through misleading photos, self-descriptions or relationship statuses.Haunters will respond to messages hours or days after they were originally sent and in a very sporadic fashion.Ordolis said this practice basically haunts a hopeful person by making them hang onto a relationship that is otherwise dead."Stashing" is when someone keeps their new relationship under wraps.The submariner will act as though they've been there the whole time, and torpedo their target with messages of affection.Distinct from ghosting, "haunting" is when your new flame texts you back and interacts with you online, but does so infrequently.