So you’ve met someone you want to date, now what? Shooting your shot in person can be one of the hardest things you’ve ever done, especially if the person leaves you in a tongue-tied mess. Plus it’s much sadder when they say no in person. To avoid that embarrassment, just use a text to let them know what’s up.
If you want to date someone, you should be sending a text with actual plans of what you want to do, when and where. No one wants to feel like a backup plan and this will make them feel good knowing that you’re making a deliberate effort to spend time with them.
A text to someone you want to date is like a job application for a relationship. That means that you need to put your best foot forward, even when it comes to when you’re texting. This is not the time for a ‘You Up?’ text at 3 am, so make sure to text them at a reasonable hour.
You probably have a lot to say to this person, but try to save that for the date. During the texting phase, keep the paragraphs to a minimum and stick to simple sentences with some humor. These can be about anything that you know they’ll enjoy.
Are you a Xaxa,Xema type of person? No matter what anyone says, a text with bad grammar is an instant turn off. In addition, it makes the sender look lazy and unintelligent, which is not how someone you want to date should see you. Just stick to correct spelling and punctuation, and use Auto-correct when unsure.
A text should never take you days to send. If you find yourself worrying excessively about what to say, g with the first thing that comes to mind. Chances are that they will love it and agree to go on a date with you. Even if they don’t, the worst thing they can do is say no which really isn’t the end of the world.