A new dating trend, “Fauci-ing” — named after Dr. Anthony Fauci, the popular medical commentator and White House coronavirus advisor — has singles dumping partners and potential partners who refuse to take COVID-19 mitigation seriously.
The trend, identified by the dating website, Plenty of Fish, has been “making waves” on the internet, the New York Post reports, is expected to be a primary issue for singles in 2021.
In an interview with Fauci himself, Axios TV defined the practice as “cutting off a relationship if you don’t think that that other person is serious enough about social distancing and taking the pandemic seriously” (Fauci said he’d never heard of the trend because he’s been married since 1985).
“The term, and its definition, were coined by dating app Plenty of Fish, which included Fauci-ing in its annual list of the top dating trends to expect in the new year,” the Post notes. “The list, released in November, also warned singles
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