, has been nominated for six Grammy awards and was just named Billboard's 'Artist of the Year.' Even though the heartbreak that was the genesis of such soul-wrenching ballads like "Someone Like You" and "Rolling In The Deep" is still fresh, Adele tells Billboard that she's taken a new lover -- her fans."Not having someone to share all this with made me miserable at times, to be honest," Adele told the magazine."I wanted nothing more than to be in love and be loved back.
, "breadcrumbing" is a new digital take on the old method of stringing someone along.
A breadcrumbing victim receives flirtatious messages and social media interactions from a person who will "like" a photo on Facebook, for example, but the flirter has no real intention of realizing the romance. It's keeping things going but at the minimum level possible," said Ordolis.
She said social media has made stringing someone along not only convenient but easier to do by accident.
What might be thought of as an innocent click of the finger can be misconstrued by the person on the receiving end as something much more meaningful.
Originally, "catfishing" referred to assuming a false identity online, and then courting someone as that persona.Now, the term is used to describe people who misrepresent themselves, be it through misleading photos, self-descriptions or relationship statuses.Ordolis reports the Number One grievance for women dating online is that their potential love has lied about their height.For men, it's that a woman has lied about her age and weight. You don't put your worst photo up, but you also don't want to put up one that misleads people," said Ordolis.