SRS confused about signals

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  1. stillmatic

    stillmatic New Member

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    when i get #'s i usually text them and asking them out.....anyways, after i sent them one or two texts, they always reply with babe, hun, or some other affectionate name.is this a new trend with girls, off the bat?.. but the first time i actually went out with her, i always seem to get a goodnight kiss or something and then i won't hear from the girl, i would have to call her...and this is starting to repeat itself but with a different girl.
     
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    Yail Bloor OT Supporter

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    why would you expect her to call you?
     
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    texting a girl to ask her out?

    what kind of impersonal crap is that?
     
  5. pippystarluv

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    yeah it's definitely a new trend with girls to use sweet names. all the guys i talk to, i refer to them as babe, hon, love... it's fun! guys fall for it cuz it makes them think that they're special, but really they're only another speed bum. it's fun when guys play back too, don't get emotionally attach right off the bat, it's a turn off for girls. give them something to challenge with, play their game. girls like that. flirt is fun, i like! don't ask a girl out by texting her! that's so lame. you had the guts to ask for her number, so ask her out! meaning! call her! if she doesn't pick up, leave a msg! a brief one! make her want you, keep her hanging.
     

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