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But thanks to the new online dating landscape, the language of love has gotten a whole lot more complicated.Just as you figured out what ‘sexting’ was, in came a whole host of new-fangled relationship jargon. But moreover, there is only one letter of difference between the two terms, whereas with BC and AD, the terms are clearly different and I find it easier to distinguish! BCE/CE usually refers to the Common Era (the years are the same as AD/BC).Vomitworthy political correctness which results in the worst of all worlds - the dates are still based around the supposed birth of Christ, but the two acronyms BCE/CE sound far more similar to one another, having only one letter's difference, and confuse a bunch of people who were already used to the perfectly good BC/AD!I am not a Christian, but I don't care about using Christian terminology to refer to a date based purely on a Christian myth.If we were using a Japanese calendar, I'd be fine using Japanese terminology to refer to it. Marking it as the "Christian Era" (or more commonly, the "Common Era") allows the same epoch to be used even though the best calculation for Jesus's birth has changed.BC/AD doesn't have that great a foothold, in any case - it seems "Anno Salutis" and other versions abounded before anyone got used to BC/AD. Jews and others do not object to using the same calendar that dominates Western society, they object to a naming scheme that states quite literally that Christ was the messiah.

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It’s usually a result of them being too afraid to tell you they don’t want to take things any further.

@Jez, no, the dates are based around what is commonly understood to be "year 0" (not that such a year actually existed or that Christian scholars think "BC/AD" accurately reflects Jesus's birthday anyway)[email protected], I do agree the one letter's difference is a shame for readability...

As far as I can tell, the idea of "Common Era" goes back at least to the 1700s use of "Vulgar Era", so it's not just political correctness.

DTR This acronym is the equivalent of having ‘the chat’ about where your relationship is heading, meaning ‘define the relationship.’ Benching Otherwise known as bread-crumbing, this is when someone you’ve been dating stops agreeing to meet in person, but continues to contact you over message and social media. Well, if they decide to make a reappearance, that’s called haunting.

“These people are essentially keeping you on the bench while they play out their other options. But, instead of having any direct contact with you, they’ll like or follow your social media.