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You spend hours crafting the perfect text message, adding an extra exclamation point, contemplating whether to use a smiley face or a winky face, and rereading it ten times before hitting send.
You’ve waited the appropriate amount of time so you don’t sound too desperate or uninterested and your best friends gave you the okay. You stare at your phone until it lights up, but the only new message you see is from Mom. Her Campus talked to the guys to learn about the texts they dread receiving from girls.
Just as much as you don’t like the awkward pauses in a flirtatious text exchange, he doesn’t either.
You could actually think what he said was funny or you could just be using it as a filler, kind of like “um and like” when you’re talking.
I doubt you would stand there and laugh out loud without saying something.
Guys would rather have a straightforward direct response that keeps the conversation flowing back and forth than a filler abbreviation that he doesn’t know how to read.
If you can type 140 characters on Twitter, you can do it in a text message too.
Your response is likely to set the tone for the rest of the conversation, so if you want him to keep texting you, you need to put in more effort than “k.” It’s hard to show emotion in text messages (unless you use a million different emoticons, which the guys aren’t a fan of either).
Guys are simple creatures, especially when it comes to texting.” or “Goodnightttt.” Tyler*, a recent grad of Oakland University, says, “stuff like heyyyyyyyyy is fine every once in a while with me, but when every text has extra letters that’s kind of annoying.” Guys don’t need extra letters to feel special (that’s a girl thing).You don’t want to sound whiny or overeager or like a middle school girl when texting him, so stick to spelling words with the normal amount of letters at least the majority of the time.If you’re afraid “hey” will make him feel like he does when he receives any other one-word response, put together a short and sweet line that expresses what you want to say like “Want to get drinks?” or “Let’s study together today.” Reserve the extra letters for times when you really need to emphasize something, or if you’re ready to paaaaartyyyy.
Guys like the chase, so sit back, relax and make him text you.