Old fashioned dating terms
Something you should keep in mind is that many of these terms are informal and even slang, and therefore you should be careful with whom you use this vocabulary.
Also, some words and expressions might objectify women, so be be prudent with the context and ALWAYS respect women.
Taking its name from the classic tale of Hansel and Gretel, breadcrumbing involves leading someone on with a trail of flirtatious messages but never following through.
Some of the worst offenders might not even meet the recipient of their teasing texts.
Once the object of their desire has been 'caught', this commitment-phobe will then 'release' them without ever being pinned down.
Similar to the 'catch and release', 'breadcrumbing' is a dating approach taken by those with no intention of being tied down.
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This is a move favoured by those who enjoys the 'chase' part of a relationship, the first flirtations before any commitments are made.you might be better served posting this question in that thread if you're still confused.evileddy, hahaha---I love it! The woo-ing is less frequent and the courtesy and gallantry is not as apparent.It's stuff that has nothing to do with the 'net, that's for sure! The method has become a "test and try" as opposed to "your the one I want and only you, I can wait, I will commit."The ultimate goal today seems ..have fun and in some cases in hopes that you may get laid.It can be a pic nic, a movie, dinner at home, a ball game, or a walk in the park---money really has little to do with what defines it. The reality is, most of us are playing along the way.I dunno how best to define it, but I sure do recall it as being a simpler way, a simpler time.pretty much sums it up. For some of us.."happy endings" are ending up in bed with non full-filling relationships and one night stands.