10 Modern-Day Terms About Romance

10 Modern-Day Terms About Romance

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9. Swerve

It is hard to accept the fact that guy you loved for so long did not return your love. Oh, truly the traps of unrequited love. Though for the other party, they are the ones that breathe easily from the heap when they decide to swerve their admirers.

To swerve is not like to friendzone when the other party labels his/her admirer as a friend. To swerve is to deliberately dodge someone they have no interest in and to avoid any personal communication with them.

Honestly, after becoming a victim of swerving, best thing to do is move on.

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