Ghosting, via urbandictionary:
The act of suddenly ceasing all communication with someone the subject is dating, but no longer wishes to date. This is done in hopes that the ghostee will just “get the hint” and leave the subject alone, as opposed to the subject simply telling them he/she is no longer interested. Ghosting is not specific to a certain gender and is closely related to the subject’s maturity and communication skills. Many attempt to justify ghosting as a way to cease dating the ghostee without hurting their feelings, but it in fact proves the subject is thinking more of themselves, as ghosting often creates more confusion for the ghostee than if the subject kindly stated how he/she feels.
See: running away, ceasing all communication, a lack of clarity, warmth in one message and an absence of anything the next. Calls, messages (am I being too pushy? clingy?), a little on edge. See: coward.
It was cold, and I was wearing Autumn’s long, warm cardigan over the top of my bomber jacket, and thin, black dress with tights with prints of moons and black cats. I had white, zombie eyes and black and red cat ears in attempts of dressing as a bat (a not very scary one). Everyone was electric. Me and Autumn had spent the day in London at an animal rights march, and now we were buzzed to the sound of good music you don’t get to hear in clubs, in the dark with zombies and vampires and witches.