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But I do think it is important to not come off as desperate or clingy when first meeting someone, because you don’t want to spook them.” When can you expect a non-strategized text from him? ” Ben: I think that depends on the girl; for example, I loved getting “hey there stranger” from my first serious girlfriend who I took to prom.
“After 2 – 3 dates, I usually stop worrying about the time or frequency of my texts as strategic, because I feel that I have a read on them and whether or not we like each other.” I’ll let the guys speak for themselves here. The words didn’t necessarily mean anything, but between us it was an inside joke or something we always said to each other.
You know pretty quickly if someone is into you or if you are into them.
Whether it’s via text, at a bar or Steak ‘n Shake, “hard to get” is a thing of the past.
miss you/ something reminded them of me) and compliments.
“She had a lot of baggage,” he explains, “and brought up that she recently broke up with a boyfriend she had been dating for several years…“If you are actively pursuing someone, you better come up with something better than ‘hey’ or you will lose their interest,” he cautions.But don’t underestimate the guy’s ability to play hard to get: “However, if I know someone is interested in me, and maybe I’m playing hard to get, just saying ‘hey’ after a lull in conversation can let them know that I’m still interested, but still give me the control.” We have a consensus here – everyone answered no.She was not ready to date – and that was what I was looking for.” Nate last ghosted a girl last year: “She said she was a Cubs fan.” Most of the panelists said yes, by accident – or yes, to not come off as eager.Nate, however, knows better than to wait too long to reply to your text: “You won’t find yourself anywhere but the doghouse if you don’t text back within a few hours.” The takeaway?
I have noticed over past 3-4 years even females have been more aggressive in pursuit.” On the other side, Braden, 20, says, “It makes them seem desirable; if lots of people want someone, then that person probably has something good about them.” Ben, 27, sheds more light on the appeal: “[It’s] the old adage of nothing easy is worthwhile.