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It’s not always conscious. I just realized recently I’ve been ghosting someone who was a semi-close friend. We ending up not hanging out for a month or so just genuinely not being able to because of conflicting schedules, but then eventually it was just me “not having the time”.
When we stopped hanging out for a bit I kinda realized subconsciously things like he was always just using me for things, borrowing money, always needed a ride somewhere, smoking my weed without chipping in.
So I honestly felt like I didn’t have the time to hang out, but it took me a while to realize that it was because I don’t actually think he is the friend I thought. So at this point I think it is probably a dick move to hit him up like “ Yo, I know it’s been a while, but I just wanted to let you know I actually don’t like you very much. Alrighty have a good day.”
I'm pretty sure the answer for everyone who has ever done this is:
"It's easier and less confrontational then dumping them directly"
Nope. When someone is behaving like an ass there is objectively zero need for myself to show him courtesy like that.
If you start acting like a condescending shit I will ghost your ass, and never feel bad for it.