What To Do If You’re Zombied

Vix xxx

  1. Cydney

    April 12th, 2017 at 12:20

    hahah this is all so true! ah the joys of dating

  2. Alice

    April 12th, 2017 at 20:23

    I’ve never heard this term before – I always learn something new when I read your blog! You’re so right saying that these relationships died for a reason. x


  3. Patrizia

    April 13th, 2017 at 08:12

    This is bloody brilliant 🙂

  4. Ellie

    April 14th, 2017 at 19:45


    At the end of January, I left a comment on your post “My Inbox is full of Beards” bragging about how chuffed I was about meeting this bearded bloke on Tinder and how things were just swell and he’d bought me a Christmas present and that Tinder was the best thing EVA.

    And whilst I am sure you’re much to busy (nor interested) in reading an update on the situation, I thought I should fill you in.

    It appears that whilst I was in this bubble of “tinder love” with this bearded muscle man, the feeling were not mutual and almost immediately, he started “forgetting” that we had planned dates, and cut the texting down to 3/4 a day. After a bit of a grump, I took the hint and backed off. Give it a week, he’s horny and texts me with a “I miss you, my head was in the wrong place” (example one of Zombieing”). However, I took this as aforementioned reason 2 – He realised I was the bomb and that he’d made a mistake. One dinner date and bizarre nasty/insult fueled sex made me realise I was probably best leaving this “relationship” to shrivel and die.

    2 months later, my phone lights up to a whatsapp from the bearded and now apparently “well travelled” muscle man, to inform me that he still cares for me.

    This “relationship” so far has been very much text based with the occasional meet up at his flat but nothing more. I refuse to sleep with him as I know feelings will arise. But I get the same feeling that there is no intention for a boyfriend/girlfriend relationship.

    Do I just accept that I am his “text pal” when he’s craving attention, cut all ties and let him and his bulging biceps fade into my past or do I express my true feels and hope he “changes” (or am I fooling myself to think this is even an option?).

    Yours sincerely,

    Lonely heart/retired tinder user.

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