Appreciate it man. Yeah just keep it simple.
You'll be fine. just remember, you have plenty of options. give off that vibe to her.
So back to my original question on timing. Does it matter? Obviously don't text again an hour later. In this case it's been more than 48 hours, what's the best timing would you say for me to shoot this cliffhanger? Hmm if I do it right now (it's 10:20pm here), and if she responds asking what, I could text back that I'm too tired to explain it tonight.
Yea if it's been 2 nights...then yea, I'd say go for it. It's still a Sunday, so technically nothing much is happening right now. Go for it.
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Hmm if I do it right now (it's 10:20pm here), and if she responds asking what, I could text back that I'm too tired to explain it tonight.
i'm not sure what you sent her initially to make you sound afc , but this will put the nail in the coffin, the idea behind texting, facebook messages, voicemail and any other medium that doesn't require an instant response is to get to it when you have time or are free
if your text game is weak, read some texting guides there's awesome ones on here just search, and don't send more than 1 text in a row (needy), don't send an ocean of words (needy)
u sound like me a while back lol....i eventually came up wit the two text rule...which was basicly send two text messages whether it b funny sweet or watever but this time u wait a few hours like 3 or 5 hours that way u give them time to answer cause like it was stated before in the thread she can b sleeping workin studyin playin in traffic who knows but during all the time she had to look at her phone at least once n if u dont get a respond shot a different simple text again n wait DONT CALL that was one problem i had i used to keep goin i was to needy..the last thing u would want to do is send text after text after text n then call cause then u can just pull the plug n hope when see u her working its not awkward...but im sure u will b ok and every thing will turn out good