“Submarining,”—also referred to as“paperclipping”—is when someone randomly messages you after ghosting you first. They pretend like nothing happened even though they previously acted like they werent interested. The name comes from the fact that a person disappears underwater for a while before coming back up again.
What is submarining in a relationship?
Also known as zombie-ing, submarining is a form of ghosting where a person drops off the grid, only to then get back in touch months later—perhaps just as you were finally getting over being ghosted in the first place. Whatever the reason, its pretty unlikely that its because this person actually cares about you.
What does submarining someone mean?
If you couldnt guess from its name, submarining is when someone youve been seeing/talking to vanishes without a trace (much like a submarine when it sinks to the depths of the ocean), then without warning, they resurface and slide back into your inbox like nothing ever happened.
Is Car Talk on NPR anymore?
Car Talk is a radio talk show that is broadcast weekly on National Public Radio (NPR) stations and elsewhere. As of June 2018, shows are still available from NPR, possibly with new unheard content. Episodes continue to be broadcast on NPR Now on Sirius satellite radio channel #122.