Watch out, hopeless romantics.
“Mosting is when someone goes overboard on the fluff job and then vanishes. It’s not just someone being complimentary and flattering; it’s someone faking being totally smitten when they aren’t,” journalist Tracy Moore wrote. “It’s the worst of the love crimes in many ways, because a lot of people can act charming just for sex, but only a certain breed of total phony will cry love.”
Online dating has created a sea of gutless wonders … people treat each other as disposable … constantly looking to see if the grass is greener elsewhere. Don’t like your girl/guy? Don’t worry, there’s an app for that. #RIPchivalry
— Leah (@littleleah78) 20 maart 2018
“Online dating has created a sea of gutless wonders … people treat each other as disposable … constantly looking to see if the grass is greener elsewhere. Don’t like your girl/guy? Don’t worry, there’s an app for that,” one user wrote. “#RIPchivalry.”
From ghosting to mosting. Ghosting on steroids.
Maybe dating world is pretty messed up right now. These things happened in past but devices give new options on levels of ambiguity and pain. Just sayin. https://t.co/uG2epOqBj9
— Scott Stanley (@DecideOrSlide) 20 maart 2018
“These things happened in past but devices give new options on levels of ambiguity and pain,” another added.
It really be reckless out here
— Field Boi (@THEfieldboi) 20 maart 2018
“It can really be reckless out here,” another mused.
In one professional opinion, dating expert and Next Level Matchmaking founder Joshua Pompey told the Toronto Sun that there are several “cowardly” reasons someone may resort to mosting.
“In many cases the man may truly feel the passion that he is showing up front, only to realize later on that he just isn’t feeling it anymore. Rather than confront the woman, he takes the cowardly way out and just disappears altogether,” Pompey said. “This is the mark of an immature and inconsiderate man that shows no regard for the emotions of the person is involved in.”
“These types of men need to learn how to deal with their own issues before they can ever be committed in a happy and giving relationship,” he adds.
Janine Puhak contributed to this report, she is an editor for Fox News Lifestyle.