"Kondo'ing" is the new dating trend inspired by Marie Kondo's cleaning philosophy, and it's pretty ruthless.
Decluttering expert Kondo took the world by storm with her book and Netflix show which saw people embark on tidying-up rampages. Now it's been established that her famous cleaning method, known as KonMari, can also be applied to relationships.
The dating website Plenty of Fish says the hippest new trend is "Kondo-ing", where you ditch your significant other the moment they don't make you happy.
The trend is inline with the best-selling author's cleaning ethos: as soon as something doesn't spark joy, you've got to say goodbye.
Relationship expert Shannon Smith from Plenty of Fish explains to the Daily Mail: "Brits are no longer just sweeping their love lives under the carpet.
"This spring, singles are taking action to spruce up their dates and relationships."
Kondo found fame after the release of her 2011 book "The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up" and was featured in Time magazine's list of 100 most influential people in 2015.
In the book she explains tidying has been a passion since she was a toddler, and growing up she loved reading "housewife" magazines.
This isn't the first time a cleaning method has inspired relationships: "Hinch-ing", inspired by UK cleaning guru Mrs Hinch, is where you turn your partner into a cleaning connoisseur.
Plenty of Fish notes several new dating terms currently trending, such as Brexit-ing, Easter ex-hunting, daffa-dilling, and blossoming.
In light of Britain's current political climate, Brex-iting is where you threaten to leave your partner, but manage to work-it-out at the last minute and stay.
Easter ex-hunting is where you message an old fling so you have some company for the long Easter weekend.
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Then there's daffa-dilling: when a love interest returns at the same time every year, and blossoming when the relationship works out and continues on after the holiday season.
These come after last year's top trends in new dating terminology: "Grande'ing", vulturing", and "you-turning".
Inspired by Ariana Grande's chart-topping "Thank U, Next," the "Grande-ing" trend refers to thanking your ex after a failed relationship.
The process of "Grande-ing" involves embracing being single, being thankful for what you've learned and realising the experience will ultimately be beneficial.
As millennial as it can get, "Instagrandstanding" was also a trending term. As it might suggest, this is the practice of curating your Instagram feed to target one person, by posting photos to attract their attention.
According to Plenty of Fish, over 50 per cent of those surveyed were guilty of Instagrandstanding - and a whopping 69 per cent were aged 22 to 25.