Sick of dating games
I’m going to venture out on a limb here and say that most people find honesty refreshing.
Most people are tired of hearing the same old lines. Too often, after hours or days of waiting, when the phone finally announces that a message has actually been received, it is a paltry offering along the lines of “Sup” or “How’s it going? But turning texting into a competition of "who cares less" will destroy whatever spark or chemistry you had when you first met.
This is a problem because usually at the point I start to have feelings for someone, they’ve already grown tired of me and are about to end the relationship.
This requires a search for not only someone with potential for me, but also who’s patient enough to stick with me, though I can’t guarantee I’ll ever like them. From what I’ve found, they’re usually the better kind of dates too. The first three to five dates or so are always tough for me.
If you're a lady in this situation, don’t slow down your momentum by waiting for the guy to make the first move! Just be straightforward and ask them out for a drink already. Just a few brief messages can show someone your personality and sense of humor.
If your date can't deal with a person who takes the initiative to texts first, then they are probably not the right person for you. In the modern text game, it's basically the end of the world if you send two messages before the other person responds. Well, pardon me, but sometimes I have two things to say. Texting can even be a healthy part of sexy flirtation.
It’s even more nerve racking when I have a good feeling about the guy. And the hardest part is knowing most girls aren’t like me at all.
If your text isn’t important enough to deserve a timely response, then they do not actually care — which sucks. Don’t waste valuable time that could be spent doing awesome things, moping around un-awesomely waiting for a text.Not to be too negative y’all, but courtship in the digital age is a bunch of awkward, incongruent nonsense.I hope I’m not alone in thinking that people should spend more time actually communicating and less time searching for what emoji looks most like a phallus.I guess you could say I like to take things slow –But so slow I like it to kind of pause around the second date for a while.I start dreading the next date knowing the guy will be expecting things to move along, and I’m hoping to kind of dock them where they are for a bit.