We’ve seen all manner of bizarre courting trends in recent months – and this one is no exception.
Singletons have been targeted by a variety of brutal dating methods, including ghosting, Marleying and hiberdating.
And now, there’s another sexual craze that’s set to rock Britain.
A funny sexting fail
If you’re on the hunt for a fling this summer, you’re probably guilty of freckling.
The term is used to describe shacking up with someone during the sunniest months of the year.
Speaking about the new dating trend, an AskMen post explained: “Summer (and, if we’re being honest, late spring) is the horniest time of the year…
“People’s social circles are wider, denser and more robust than ever thanks to social media and the digital web we’re all trapped like flies in.”
While these relationships can help to spice things up in the bedroom, they may have negative impacts on your love life.
They are likely to fizzle out as quickly as they began, which can be a nightmare if you catch feelings.
Some may not even know they’re about to be ditched when the season ends.
And those who get over invested in their summer lovers may find it hard to trust others in the future.
People around you are suspicious. If you’ve been warned by friends or family that your partner is cheating, there’s a huge possibility that they are playing away.
If you’re concerned that your partner is only looking for a short-term fling, look out for warnings.
Previously, a body language expert revealed seven red flags to watch out for.
These sexual signs may also foreshadow a relationship breakdown.