"Time-pusha," in Zim slang means a woman you date knowing very well you are not going to marry her as you promised her. It's never going to happen, period. The only reality is you meticulously planning the aftermath of a relationship first before you even start dating her.

The reason some men do this is: certain women will not fall for the same type of game an average woman would. They are constantly serious about things—you know settling down, having a big beautiful wedding and stuff.

But since the end justifies the means, here the man presents himself in a favorable manner, a clean-cut gentleman who seems to be serious about his word. However, later on, unbeknownst to her he does a complete 180, and you bet damn right he'd be a ghost...
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