A lot of time is spent trying to decipher texts, especially in the throws of a new dating relationship.
Do they like me?
Should I text them?
Should I wait until they text me?
But what if you could find a way to decipher if the person you’re dating actually wants to date you?
Determining if someone is looking to date you or just have sex with you over text is a lot easier than you would think. As ambiguous and interpretive as texting can be sometimes, when it comes to the time of day they text you and what they’re saying, it’s clear as day when you know what to look for.
When someone wants to date you they:
- Text you during the day.
- Give you more than one-word answers and engage in conversation (paragraph answers).
- Message you in the morning just to say, “Hi.”
- Are generally quick to respond to your texts.
- Actually CALL YOU.
- Send you more than one message at once.
- Send you texts that involve talking about or making plans.
- Send you texts that show genuine interest in your day.
When someone just wants to have sex with you they:
- Mostly text you late at night (1-5 am).
- Send you one word text answers.
- Do not engage in conversation/limited number of texts.
- Rarely ask you about your day or inquire about your life.
- Don’t answer your texts for long extended times (disappear).
- Send you last minute texts asking you to come over (late at night).
- Are overly interested in what you’re wearing instead of how your week went.
- Send you mostly explicit texts or dick picks.
When it comes down to texting and your dates level of interest, reading between the lines can be a lot easier if you pay attention to these signs.
At the end of the day if someone wants to date you they will:
- Want to talk to you
- Show up for you/Be present
- Be interested in your life
- Want to know more about you
- Make time for you
- Be consistent
Let me put it this way, if they want to date you, limited deciphering of text messages will be needed. You will just know they want to date you, because they will be texting you, calling you and going out of there way to see you.