Sick of dating games
I’ll even make it easier for you: eggplant, snake, banana, mushroom, corn, spouting whale, lipstick, pen, and firecracker!
And one of the most important (and infuriating) byproducts of dating with smart phones is the elaborate texting dance that we are forced to perform.
I guess you could say I like to take things slow –But so slow I like it to kind of pause around the second date for a while.
I start dreading the next date knowing the guy will be expecting things to move along, and I’m hoping to kind of dock them where they are for a bit.
My preference in dating seems to be an extremely gradual build up to everything.
If your text isn’t important enough to deserve a timely response, then they do not actually care — which sucks. Don’t waste valuable time that could be spent doing awesome things, moping around un-awesomely waiting for a text.
I also have to hope they’re the kind of guy who’s cool with me expressing my thoughts and feelings on this.
I’ve never had trouble explaining precisely how I feel, but I’ve had trouble finding guys who appreciate this.
It’s even more nerve racking when I have a good feeling about the guy. And the hardest part is knowing most girls aren’t like me at all.
Most guys know they’ve blown it if the girl expected a kiss goodnight and didn’t get it.