Phone call etiquette for dating

19-Jun-2016 01:31

(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.

These included things like not slouching at the dinner table, walking with your head high and your shoulders back, crossing your legs at the ankles instead of the knees, and not waving frantically with your hand.

If your boo isn't responding as quickly as you'd like, send him three or four more messages to make sure he's for sure getting your messages/hasn't died in a car crash. Then make sure to communicate panic in your responses. If you're upset with your mate, a period at the end of a short response will assure her you mean business. If you fear the punctuation mark is making you seem too eager, replace it with an emoticon.

Add commas, quotation marks and other confusing markings if you seek a more literary vibe. Emoticons are the best and if you don't use them and instead rely on the power of the written language to attempt to convey emotions like poets have done for thousands of years, then you're a soulless machine.

The one-word answer is akin to the smile and nod in face-to-face conversation.

It recognizes the person is talking, but allows you the freedom to completely zone out and instead focus on what's important to .The worst thing that could ever happen is to give her a whiff of how desperate you are for this date.