If they're out with friends, or shopping or eating or doing errands, it might take a bit of time. But those people that take over 24 hours to reply... A text takes 5 seconds to send, and everyone has a spare 5 seconds (even if they have to send it while using the restroom, lol) I think technology has created a sort of entitlement problem.
You send a text, you think you're entitled to an immediate response, on your time table.
Compulsive phone checking is a drug dealer mannerism, and drug dealer mannerisms have no place at lunch with your mom, or at the movies with your friends or on a date with a cop.
Put the phone on silent, put it in your pocket, and try not to think about it for one hour.
With a little preparation, you’ll soon realize that that this was an easy call that you didn’t have to spend too much thought on.
It’s better to be prepared for all of the potential possibilities, so that you’ll be able to move on to the next step with your match.
Follow these helpful tips, however, and they’ll turn you into a texting expert in no time, not to mention aid in cultivating some warm-and-fuzzy feelings between you and your intended..
ombine the convenience of a cell-phone call with the privacy of an email, and there you have the latest, greatest way to keep in touch with someone you like: texting.
These days, nearly everyone’s exchanging mini-missives with their amour.
Note that I used the word “impression” because it’s not about who you really are: it’s about someone stereotyping you before they get to know you, based on little things you might say, or not say, that usually don’t reflect who you are deep down. After interviewing more than 1,000 single men and women for my new book, “Have Him At Hello,” I have 9 tips to help you shine on the phone:1.
Use a Land Line: Try to speak on a land line whenever possible.