The tell-tale signs of trouble.
By Hitendra Patil
The Urban Dictionary defines “Tomatoed” as the state of a relationship when you're not quite dating but not just friends. Neither party is sure if they like the other enough to date, yet continue to do most of the same things as people in committed relationships. If they get tired of one another, they can simply return to "just friends" status without social upheaval. So named because of the tomato's role as not quite a fruit and not quite a vegetable.
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How can you tell if you're getting "tomatoed" by your clients? How to make it stop? And what does it all mean? Read on...