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How To Flirt Over Text! 😍
> Dating & Romance
"The waiting game"
While in some situations it's polite to text your crush, other times it's best to fight the urge and wait for your crush to text you first. This will not only even out the playing field and make sure that one person isn't putting in all the effort, but it will also show you that your crush feels the same way about you.
"Don't act clingy"
Constant messages or phone calls asking your crush about his or her whereabouts or current activity will come across as clingy and overbearing, as will sending repeat messages deliberately because you have not received a reply. Sometimes it's best to accept that you are not in control of another person, only yourself!
"Embrace the face"
Smiley faces and winks are great to use when texting your crush because it shows that you are a friendly and happy person. This will make your crush enjoy texting you, as well as receiving messages from you, because of your positive energy.
"Avoid silly nicknames"
It's best to avoid making up nicknames for your crush when you haven't known them all that long - it may come across as overbearing or even creepy! However, occasionally calling your crush the casual "hun" is more acceptable.
"Keep the ball rolling"
Or in this case, keep the text messages rolling! Always try to think of funny things to say when the conversation begins to get stale, and never emphasize any awkwardness by pointing it out, or ending your messages with "..."
"Ditch the acronyms and abbreviations"
Abbreviations and acronyms are appropriate sometimes, however bombarding your crush with constant "lol"s, "lmao"s or "hbu?" may tire them out. You want to impress them after all!
Texting your crush and asking him or her to have a study session with you can offer a whole range of positives! They will think you're dedicated to doing well in your study, as well as be flattered that you would prefer to study with them rather than be alone.