Dating voicemail message
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When you call her Thursday ask if she is planning on going out this weekend, and whatever her answer, you tell her she should come out Saturday to "whatever club you frequent with your friends" bcause you're going there with some friends. night, you should talk with her a lot again, and maybe go home with her that night. __________________ I only break stuff so i can put bigger stuff on...
Around , after a cocktail or two, she texted him again, “We’re still here if you want to come by! If your last conversation was a call you returned, let him be the next one to call.
” Brittney was doing fine until she didn’t hear back from Chris.
If so, what are the rules of the phone that one should follow?
On the night of the party, she still hadn’t heard from him. As long as you stick to that rule, you’ll be golden.
So, she texted him the party address and said she’d be there at . Just because he calls you once, it doesn’t mean you can put him on speed dial and ring him up every time you think of him.
Texting him the party address was not only unproductive, it made her appear desperate. The bottom line is if a guy doesn’t respond to you, do not contact him again.
Imagine what Chris thought when Brittney contacted him that third time. Think about how you would feel if someone you weren’t that into kept texting you? That is his way of saying he doesn’t want to see you again. After you send your “thank you” text, you have a great opportunity to gauge his interest. After all, don’t you deserve to be with someone who’s nuts about you? It doesn’t matter if he’s the smartest, most gorgeous, funniest, most interesting guy on the planet, if he’s not calling you, you can’t call him.