Sending text messages to a girl you just met can be a fun private way to learn more about someone you found attractive or fascinating. When texting a girl you just met.

You want to come across as respectful and interesting by showing some class and asking questions that lead to ongoing, exciting discussions. If done right, you can even make her look forward to seeing you again in person and arrange another meetup or date.

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Give it time. You might be tempted to text her as soon as you score those digits, but think twice: texting her while she’s still standing there could signal to her that you don’t trust her to be honest about her number, and may give her the impression that you’re pushy or overbearing. If you genuinely just want to make sure you copied her number correctly, you can show her or read it back aloud and ask her to confirm its accuracy. The exception, of course, is if she asks you to send her a text so she can log your number, too, or if she sends you a text first as a way of giving you her number. While there’s no firm rule about how long to wait before sending that first text, it’s usually a good idea to wait until the following day (or the evening of the same day if you got her number in morning / early afternoon and have long since parted ways). Any sooner makes you seem too eager, but any later makes her wonder if she’s anything more than an afterthought to you.

Text her when she will likely be available. If you want your crush to respond and feel excited about your texts, text her when you know she’s available. For example, if you know she works until 5 p.m., wait until after 7 p.m. to text her when you know she’s relaxing at home. Use context clues from your first meeting to figure out if there are any abnormalities in her schedule. For instance, if she talked about being exhausted after switching to swing shift, you’ll know not to call her between 3 p.m. and 11 p.m. If you don’t know the details of her schedule, it’s usually safe to assume she has a standard schedule. Texting in the evening, from about 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., will be a safe bet for your first text. You can pay attention to when she responds during subsequent texting and adjust your timing as needed.

Keep text messages relatively short. Short text messages are more effective at grabbing someone’s attention and keeping them engaged. Short texts also prevent your crush from growing bored while she’s waiting for your responses, and prevent you from seeming too needy as a result of sending long, detailed stories about your life. While this is especially important when texting a girl you just met, it’s a good guideline to follow in the future, too. Texting should usually be reserved for short, lighthearted conversations; save lengthier topics of conversation for after you’ve gotten to know her better, and for phone or in-person chats.

Try a random conversation starter. If you mentally combed through your initial meeting and you’re still stuck for ideas, a random question that piques her curiosity might work. Just make sure you choose something both interesting and lighthearted. For this method, it’s best to skip the standard greeting and jump right into the topic, creating the impression that the thought just suddenly came to you. As an example, you might ask something like, “Quick! Which is better: gelato or frozen custard? This is super important.

Send text messages that sound intriguing. Come up with messages you know will trigger an immediate response from this girl due to their mysterious, intriguing nature. For example, tell her you had a crazy dream about her last night. Chances are, she’ll respond shortly to ask you for details about your dream. Keep the tone of your initial meeting in mind when going this route, however. If you met under casual circumstances without a hint of romance in the air, or if she seemed hesitant about giving you her phone number, you might want to go easy on comments about seeing her in your dreams until after some trust and romantic context has been built in person.

 

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