Mastering the art of the perfect text can take some time, but with practice you’ll be on your way.**Both men and women must avoid sending any texts that are longer than one-half inch in length (the length of the top of your thumb).** Don’ts: Both men and women should avoid playing “hard to get,” mostly because it won’t work if you’re interested in dating someone who is emotionally mature.Answering your phone, checking your email, taking pictures of your entree for Instagram, taking selfies and/or pics of you and him to put on Facebook on the second date and tweeting your pals about how hot he is are all a NO while on a date. These dos and don’ts for cell phone dating etiquette will more than adequately prepare you for making your dating life and mastery of cell phone etiquette both incredible.A good guideline for phone etiquette while on dates is to pretend you’re in a movie theatre. What do you think about men who all of a sudden disappear with no explanation?
So let a week go by, then email a simple, polite message saying you would like to touch base, and see what happens.
We’d all like to know why someone didn’t call or ask us out again, but sometimes it’s best just to move on.
Is it true that your photo is all anyone really pays attention to?
I wouldn’t say that’s always true; however, it’s the first impression that we have.
Men especially are visual creatures, and there’s not much we can do to change that.