Should I Text Him?
Texting could be your first big move or a mistake. Are you sure you should text him? You might think so, or you might not know what to think. The idiosyncratic nature of interpersonal communication widens the spectrum of socially acceptable answers to that question.
Wherever your smart head and smartphone are at, you’ve come to the right place for communication clarification. This quiz covers all the things you need to consider before committing to a potential commitment. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but since you’re the owner of those eyes, what do you see? How do you feel when you communicate with this person? Who does he remind you of? There may be no time like the present, but is it time to deal with the past? Is it time for a relationship at all?
Would you have considered all of this before taking this quiz? So many questions, so little time. In possibly mere minutes, we’ll make up your mind, so you can set it at ease!
Should I Text Him
Should I text him? That question's importance has increased as we've gotten more and more reliant on texting for communicating. For some, the ancient adage "nothing easy is worthwhile" reigns supreme. Others retort that not making an aggressive dating move, or having the courtesy to text back, radiates conceited character traits and is met with more eye rolls than intrigued eyebrow raises.
Texting attitudes have evolved over time, with younger people generally preferring a more aggressive approach nowadays. Conversely, older generations cling to the idea that one who seems less obtainable is more desirable. That said, no universal text message manual exists. Hence, debate continues in society over something as simple as whether to text him first, wait until the first date, keep texting every day, or not to text at all.
Social convention agrees on a "three strikes" rule that says if someone won't text you back after three messages, it will seem like he does not want to get to know you. That said, these rules don't apply to every single person who texts. The answer to problems via text always rests with individual values and expectations.