Texting and dating, what you should and should not be done
Yes Reply to messages quickly. Nobody likes to press the “send” and then sit around waiting (and waiting and waiting) for a response.
DO NOT read too much into whether he or she is dismissed with “kisses and hugs” (or has not done!).
DO think carefully the effect that will have your text message the person who receives it. Send messages to make the recipient smile and make you not wonder why it happened will give mobile number.
No abuse of emoticons, such as smiles and text effects, and be sure that the receiver knows what it means. You do not want to scare a potential partner to read TQM think he means “you best” instead of “I Love You.”
If you wait at least until the third round before starting “textual relations” with a new partner. Make sure the other person does not mind the sexy sensual and intimate messages before launching a barrage of letters of this type.
Not to assume that the other person is awake and sober just because you are. If you get a strange answer at 3 am or just do not get any response, wait 12 hours and try again.
DO flirt and send love notes via text messages. However, be careful not to send someone to read them do not want.
DO NOT read too much into the fact that the intended recipient does not respond immediately. However, if after three messages receive no response, it may be time to look for another recipient.
YES Ensure you send your text message to the right person in your phonebook. Imagine the embarrassment of discovering you’ve been sending steamy love messages to your grandmother.
Do not neglect the spelling, it will not have the same impact for the recipient of the message you want to know “weigh” instead of “kiss.”