“At first I was afraid…I was Petrified”: what to do when a ghost calls

This type of haunting is always unexpected. You’re happy, you look good so you post a few hot pics of yourself from Saturday night out with your girls and then


Your phone starts to chime and buzz loudly

it’s a text message from a ghost: “Hey Stranger” it says…

You either

A) consider reliving the spooks of your past or

B) ignore it


C) let your iPhone reveal that you read it, but didn’t bother to reply hehehe

If you end up face to face: be your sexy sultry self; wave, smile, keep moving, then hair toss – diva style. If you turn around and acknowledge this ghost you’re inviting all the horrors you experienced before.

hair tossAn enchanting ghost can return out of nowhere and it can be difficult to resist. (school girl sigh) the sweet kisses, hugs, and goofy inside jokes can make you smirk to yourself when you reminisce. But! if you cringe or get tight lipped when you think about the excessive flirting, late date arrivals, and other inconsiderate acts – Runnnnn! ADVICE: be realistic is it for temporary fun? or the future? keep in mind as the weather gets cooler Cuffin’ Season weighs heavy on the minds of people who just want a bed to share. Read: Buzzfeed’s 23 Insanely Clever Responses to Ex Texts

It is human nature to get sucked into a past endeavor when all the fun and benefits come to mind, but to deny fate giving you  the gift of moving on is like having your dreams and goals offered to you but choosing to remain stagnant.

Keep your cool. Hauntings like this only last long when you acknowledge them.

Feeling on the fence about keeping contact? Watch the Lily Allen video below and  Take this Cosmo quiz: Should you text him back on Cosmopolitan.com

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