Dating communication games
Everyone is obsessed with the lengths texting has taken dating in the last few years.
It’s become a standard form of communication for many singles who are just too lazy, scared or immature to pick up the f*cking phone and use it for what it’s for, making calls.
I don’t want to hear the argument of why don’t women call if it’s such a big deal. Singles should not, however, let technology take the place of you having balls. Make it clear that you prefer to be called, if you do.
If your potential date doesn’t get that just keep them as a friend, or move on.
But I will say that texting has done one thing for dating and communication that every person can be thankful for, separating who’s into you and from who is just playing around.
I’m not sure how single men feel about it but single women are fed up with texting as a sole form of communication.
First of all, some part of my hearing doesn’t distinguish deep voices anyway. If you live far away I might hit you up on Skype, but when you don’t hear the phone ring, that’s me calling.
The telltale sign is if someone who talked a big game in person doesn’t follow up with it, just because you didn’t respond to their text. If you’re a woman and you can appreciate a gentleman, wait for a phone call.It also doesn’t make you weird if you’d rather not date via text.So for anyone who wants to make it out the text game a winner, here’s how.And honestly, I haven’t met a man of late whose voice I care to hear.Maybe it’s my dude side but I absolutely hate talking to the opposite sex on the phone.