According to Tinder, this is how you deal with ghosting at a festival


We’re all in agreement that ghosting is totally acceptable until it’s actually done to you, right?

If you’re afraid of ghosts, be wary because festival season is essentially like watching the music video for Thriller IRL. The venue is guaranteed to be haunted by ghosts, but that shouldn’t keep you from swiping on in the future.

For the plasmophobic, here’s everything you need to know about the supernatural:

Not all ghosts are evil

In fact, some ghosts just have a poor concept of time. It’s likely your ghost is still very much alive, dancing it up among the crowd and has no memory of ever saying ‘Be Right Back’.

Under no circumstances should you ever chase a ghost

If you try to chase a ghost, you will end up enraged and empty-handed.

Beware of the friendly ghost

You didn’t come all the way out here to text did you? Don’t be afraid to do your own disappearing act.

You don’t have to be a believer to see a ghost

Less than half the world believes in ghosts, but nearly 80% of people have been the victim of a ghost.

Ghosts have feelings too

They do: it’s called fear of confrontation.

Ghosts appear when you least expect it

Please note all exit signs and assembly points upon arrival.

There’s a perfectly reasonable explanation why the ghost disappeared

And her name is Mary Jane.

You shouldn’t be afraid of ghosts

It may only be a matter of time before you yourself become one of them.