Texting Tip 1: Flirt You want to pique her interest once you get her phone number with a little bit of flirting.
To dig a little deeper, we've polled people around town to sound-off on the top five worst texting habits.1. " Guys don't always like it if you go too random. But, there's just no need to send an obvious mass message such as: "Hey, what are you getting into tonight?
Texting During A Date Unless the guy you're with is a practicing physician (and on call that night), has a friend or family member who's nine months pregnant, or is an organ donor recipient, his phone really shouldn't even be on the table, let alone texting during your one-on-one interactions. "I get all excited this girl I like is texting me, and it's a picture of her dog. " What's sad is you definitely think you're being stealth, well here's the thing: we know that one didn't just go out to us.
This will get her relaxed, but also interested in you: If there’s one quality women look for in men, it’s a sense of humor.
Texting Tip 2: Get Her to Agree to Meet Remember, that when it comes to texting, the main thing is to schedule a date.
Most of the best of communication happens in person.
What’s more, texting doesn’t convey the really important parts of interpersonal communication; intonation and body language.
Look, I'm not denying texting is great — we all do it, it's convenient, and honestly (and evidently from my momentary freak out), we're not all big phone talkers.
But the fact remains, people (namely prospective suitors) seldom just ring you up these days; this depressing reality of only perpetuates itself because in today's dating world, every crumb is a meal.
(I've never gotten past texting; I actually have no idea what real dating is like.) Trust me on this.
If you get a well-typed, thoughtful paragraph about her bad day or his dinner suggestions, the most impactful response is a nice "k." Or "cool." Or how about "ha." That one always works.
Don't you know there are rules to this sort of thing?