Ghosting is the term used when one goes silent and disappears on a partner with no explanation. Mzansi social media users have taken to the internet to share their hilarious ghosting experiences. Briefly.co.za gathered a few of the most jaw-dropping ones.
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Twitter user Keneilwe Mosupye kicked off the sharing with a funny ghosting story with a twist:
"I had an ex who once ghosted me. I found a new bf, and then that ex came back after a month. I took him back. Dated them both."
"My dad ghosted my mom... He was wearing a t-shirt, shorts & flip flops and said he was going to go buy electricity and never came back."
"Y'all wanna talk about #ghosting, let's talk about jobs you apply for and never get denied or accepted. I mean not even a "No, thanks" auto response."
"These ghosting stories . I was ghosted by my ex, and what was the worst about my experience was that I legit thought something bad had happened to him, I was worried, because we were great. We talked for the most of that Monday morning, we were together on the weekend."
"He ghosted me for 2 weeks, I was worried sick and went to his place, only to find him with a girl and he said to her, 'Babe this is the psycho I was telling you about, she might say I'm her boyfriend'."
"#ghosting is trending just when I decided that today I'm ghosting someone, cause on Monday she told me how predictable I've become, always sending the first text, replying in within a minute, sending daily pictures. Entlek grand sharp sharp what do ya'll want?"
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"Maybe sometimes being ghosted is God's way of telling you that the relationship is not meant to be but you so in love at that point that you don’t even realise that something better is in the works."
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