Texting with one particular person can be really exciting cuz then you start to tell the person a lot of personal stuff and vice versa and you guys tend to become close… close to the extent that people start to think y’all are dating. but the gag is you don’t know whether they have feelings for you and you don’t want to really ask since it might make the vibe between you two sort of weird.
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Not to generalize, but most guys hate texting. So, if a guy is texting you every day, it has to mean something—right? Maybe, maybe not. It all depends on the context.
What do y’all talk about?
Don’t immediately think that he likes you because he texts you every day. Does he start conversations just because something he saw reminded him of you? Or, are the texts more like friendly texts that you normally get from your girlfriends? Positive “just because” texts are a great sign that he’s into you.
Does he send flirty texts?
Does he get suggestive? Does he talk about what you’d be doing if you were together? These are flirty texts. If you’re not sure, test the waters by sending a flirty text of your own. If he’s into you, he’ll be all over it and match your tone right away but you need to be careful. It could also mean he just wants to get into your pants.
Does he tell you personal stuff?
If the answer is yes, we are inclined to believe that he is into you. Most people don’t like to talk about personal stuff because… well they’re quite personal plus you need to sort of trust the person you’re telling so they don’t go around spewing your business to other people. If he shares personal details or opens up about personal issues going on in his life, it means he values your opinion and is comfortable being emotional around you.
Remember that these points do change because people are different plus they aren’t set in stone but if you pay attention to the texts, you might be able to figure out what’s up.
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