One thing strange occurred during the restaurant last week. The gentleman in line right in front of me — mid-40s, suit, bad haircut — ordered a latte. “Whole milk,” he said before changing to half and half, then almond milk. “For here,” he mumbled, then shook their mind. “No. To go.”
An espresso was ordered by me. Our beverages arrived during the exact same some time we picked up mine, included sugar, sat, sipped. The latte remained in the countertop, the barista calling their name over and over repeatedly. Nevertheless the guy when you look at the suit had been gone. Why would somebody purchase a beverage and fade away?
Ghosting — whenever someone cuts down all interaction without description — also includes all things, this indicates. A lot of us think it happens across all social circumstances and it’s tied to the way we view the world about it in the context of digital departure: a friend not responding to a text, or worse, a lover, but.