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Lovelies: The other night, I had a decent conversation with a guy from Ok Cupid* ... (It's like: In fact, I'd much prefer for men to lay off the texting (and emailing) ALMOST ENTIRELY--except for the occasional sweet nothing that doesn't require a response--until we're in a serious relationship.
But since the guy had a number of hot pictures up with his profile, and because he came across as smart, chivalrous and accomplished, I figured meeting up with him for a drink might be worth it. And that was enough to put me over the edge; I decided I wouldn't go out with him. But the three innocent little sentences he sent me by cellular served as proof enough for me to find him guilty of not being worth any more time. But I also find myself easily irritated by men who text or email too much.
ONE EXCEPTION TO THE RULE: You CAN text after speaking and before meeting ONLY to make a hang-out plan, or to discuss the details.
It'll be nice to hang out again soon." Then wait a day or two before emailing or calling to set up the next date.That way, you reassure her and express your interest, but you also give her some room--and make her all the more eager to hear from you.4.ALWAYS text the day after the night when you've first had sex.I know I'm old-fashioned, but I think the ball is firmly in the man's court the day after his balls have been firmly pressed against her nether parts.And if you make NO effort to communicate the following day--you Man you--then I'm going to go out on a limb here and say you're a douche bag.** If you've decided you don't like her or you two don't have chemistry or whatever, address that directly; please, for the sake of human civilization, don't give her the silent treatment after the two of you have engaged in the most intimate human act.5. If you've been out with someone enough times that you feel it's necessary to tell her you don't want to see her any more--whether that means you two have gone out on five dates, or three--have the decency to call or send an email, at the very least. Especially if you think you're going to hurt her feelings.
Texts are so terse that they somehow feel much more rude, and more jarring; an email is a little easier to stomach.(Ladies, will you weigh in to let the gentlemen know whether or not you agree--or simply think I'm craaaa-zee?