I'm not talking about a chardonnay-driven drunk dial after a night out. I'm talking about men and women who plunge, hard and fast, into a new relationship, only to pull out abruptly, unpredictably, and coldly. At least you cut your losses, right?
Not so fast. They'll be weaving in and out of your life for the foreseeable future, keeping you at arm's length as you try desperately to determine what went wrong. One day they're all over you; the next, they say you were never an item. Two weeks later, they're telling you they love you.
Enter the 21st century relationship, one of high-speed hypercommunication and, inevitably, deafening radio silence. Named after the household maintenance item, Plungers are a new breed of millennial daters that bob in and out of your life, making you feel thrilled, loved, confused, and crazy.