The calling game dating
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.
We may call them “text games,” but in reality, they resemble "games" in the way that The Hunger Games resembles hop scotch.
Essentially, modern texting etiquette for when you start seeing someone simulates elaborate mind games and power plays on a House of Cards level.
My thought process: if they are really too busy to set a time to hang, then they do not have time for a relationship.
” While it’s generally best to stay away from these mystifying men, sometimes it can be worth sticking it out with a confused cutie who may just need a little direction. An unemployed man who is still “finding himself” in his 30’s? A man who is comfortable with not only you being the breadwinner, but you making ALL the important decisions in your lives and partnership? A man who asks you to ask the waitress for another soda for him?For some reason people believe that communicating with this modern technology should follow outdated gender rules.Somehow people got it into there heads that the girl has to wait for the guy to text after a date, and the guy has to wait a day at least before doing that, and so on and so forth, and now I'm bored. You don’t have to pull somebody's pony tail, or trip them, or neg them to let them know that you think they are cute.