That is, of course, if you want to stay friends with the person. : Keep your messages marked as new in case you aren’t responding right away. The Two Day Rule: If it takes you two days to get back to me, I technically have two days to get back to you. : usually these texts are sent late at night or after someone gets dumped. THE IRONIC RULE: DON'T TEXT IN ALL CAPS: IT SEEMS LIKE YOU ARE ANGRY !! The L O L Rule: Don't use "lol" more than you have to.
That way you can keep track of the people that are in need of a response. There is no room to get upset at someone for not responding to you in a timely fashion when you don’t respond to them quickly either. They say: “I kind of think you’re ok, but I’m really just trying to boost my ego by knowing that you’ll respond.” They probably know this because you’ve broke The 2 Text Rule in the past. The Rule of Dismissal: Don't ignore a call and then text a person. The Rule of Disproportionate Letters: This one applies to messages received from a woman: never respond to a three page text with "k." At least give her a full “ok.” If you’re a guy and you get a three page text from another guy, it’s completely acceptable to delete them from both Facebook and your life. (It’s ironic because the title of the rule is written all in caps. And by “more than you have to” we mean don’t use it at all.
But if you imagine that sending a daily barrage of texts, such as “driving to work, heading to lunch, or just left a meeting” is a romantic way to show you are thinking of your partner, think again.” To clarify – if these texts are used in ADDITION to phone, email, and actual dates, they’re fine.
I text my wife to ask her to pick up something from the grocery store when she’s out. They never pick up the phone to make a true connection, because they want to keep their options open.
If you call in response to a text you can expect one of two things: either a phone call with a person who is frustrated by your lack of social skills or an ignored phone call and the awkward text conversation that will follow it. The Rule of Response: Always respond, unless you don’t want to be friends with that person anymore.
Instead of using it as a way to say hi or let you know he’s running late, it becomes a crutch for real relationship communication.Many different types of people of different ages may view your comment. Do not use swear words or crude or sexual language. Keep your submissions relevant to the story or topic.Do not insult other contributions or discuss the non-appearance or removal of any content on this Site or the suspension or termination of any users. We want our readers to see and understand different points of view.Try to contribute to the thread, rather than just stating if you agree or disagree.