Tired of being ghosted, woman creates exit interview to find out why

On the form, Shanna asked her ‘ghoster’ questions such as ‘why did you ghost Shanna?’ and ‘what could Shanna do to stop getting ghosted?’

If you have ever been ghosted, you know it sucks and this woman, tired of feeling crappy after having been ditched by so many prospective love interests, set out to find out why.

Poof! He’s Gone

Shanna from Nashville, Tennessee created the survey-like form after a man she had matched with on the dating app Bumble, suddenly stopped talking to her. They had been chatting steadily for a couple of days and had planned to go on a date.

In a video posted on TikTok, Shanna said:

I match with this guy on Bumble on Monday. We vibed so hard that we were non-stop texting Monday, Tuesday. Wednesday morning we texted a little bit, but we had plans to meet up on Thursday for coffee.

According to her, he started ignoring her after that, and she had no idea why. She created a survey-like form with questions such as why did you ghost Shanna?’ and ‘what could Shanna do to stop getting ghosted? She also asked her interviewee to rate her personality and appearance.

Shanna said the questionnaire was created in jest and not to gain any helpful knowledge.

This was purely to call out the fact that guys don’t have backbones or balls to be like, “Hey, you’re not it.” It’s not that hard. Believe me, I know I am not everyone’s cup of tea.

The Ghost Speaks

In another video to update the over 3.5 million viewers of the original post, Shanna shared the responses she received from her 'ghoster'. Answering the question on why he stopped talking to her, he said:

I caught feelings too fast and don’t know what feelings are.

When asked what she could do in the future to avoid being ghosted, he wrote:

Date women because men are dumb. Keep being a bada** b*tch. Sorry I was a dick.

He also gave her personality the highest rating possible, and said she was ‘smoking hot’.

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