I've been texting this girl recently, and when I text her, she seems pretty into the conversation and not bored or bothered. But how can I get her to text me first / want to start a convo with me?
I'm gonna piggyback here.
Is there a payoff to ignoring the shit out of someone? I like talking to this girl. So I text her. I text her, so she doesn't text me first, but she responds.
Is there some payoff for ignoring her and getting her to contact me first? I'm already sure I'm more interested than she is, which is ok as long as she's interested enough to keep up the conversation.
Also, she sends a lot of sparkle emojis. Does that mean something?
Let me put it to you this way. If you ALWAYS text her first, that makes you ALWAYS available. And bitches want what they can't have. If a girl doesn't have to put much effort to get your attention she is going to subconsciously feel unfulfilled.
sparkle emojis = she wants to suck your dick and have your kids and cook steak for you on Saturdays but medium rare because she knows you like that and that when you want to go out with your friends she's cool with that because she understands and just appreciates you for who you are as a human being
come on man
Ha, this is true.
One of the biggest mistakes guys make with texting is chasing.
One of the unwritten rules of texting is after the ice has been broken, never double text unless the girl does.
Always let the girl be the last one to respond.
Match the excitement level of the girl.
Never be boring, always have something interesting to say. Never keep a conversation going after it's hit it's climax. Once the conversation can go no further, say goodnight. Don't continue with "so anyway, what's up?" texts.
ALWAYS BE CLOSING. Texting is a medium to get girls to meet up with you. If you're not working towards asking her to meet in person, she's losing interest.
I also would avoid smiley faces, emojis, etc. Even question marks can come across badly, they look desperate. The only time I use them is for meet up requests.
Bad question mark:
Hey, what are you doing?
Hey, what are you doing
Good question mark:
I'm out at five, want to meet up for a drink?