Can You Play Texting Games in Online Dating?

March 16, 2017 1 Comment Women Communication, Online Dating
When you play texting games with a man, it really pushes him away, and he was probably a really good catch. Because you see, a confident, high vibrational alpha male has many options. If he's interested in you, text him back...

I’m going to call this a virtual spanking right now.

Are you a woman that plays dating text games?

For instance.

You’re on an online dating app, like Bumble or Tinder.

You have a good text exchange going back and forth.

You give out your number and let’s say the man contacts you immediately.

Do you let that text sit and wait.

Do you try to make him assume that you’re busy and you’ll get back to it soon.

You see, these little text games are for 11-year-olds.

That’s right, you’re acting like an 11-year-old.

If a man texts you right away after he gets your phone number, he’s telling you:

I want to go out with you.

I am not a game player.

I am interested in you.

We’ve had a lovely exchange on Bumble or Tinder, we’re a match.

And here I am stepping up to the plate and being a man, actually following up as I said I would.

And don’t forget the roles can be reversed and men can do this as well.

But what you’re literally telling him is, hmm.

I am interested in you because I was getting back to you right away in the app.

But now that you’ve texted me…

I am going to play a little bit of a text game.

A little bit of chase.

Here is what I say to anybody that does that.

Stop acting like an 11-year-old.

It’s not really interesting.

If I text somebody and say, hey, are you around? Let’s get on a call, let’s get on the phone and talk, I know you look at your phone. I’m out and about, I see you consistently looking at your phone like it’s the greatest thing that is ever invested.

So when you play these games, it really pushes a man away, and that man is actually probably a really good catch.

Because you see, a confident, high vibrational alpha male has many options. If he’s interested in you, he wants to see what this is all about.

He doesn’t want to sit there and play text games and wait for you to get back and see the text excuse of uh, so sorry, I was so busy.

Nobody is that busy at all.

It’s very simple to send words back on a screen, because isn’t that what texting is all about? Being able to immediately answer somebody very quickly to keep the attraction going.

Not to have full-blown conversations, but to figure out when you’re going to meet. It really is set up to be that amazing.

But you see, the games that so many people play cause the disillusionment and frustration in so many people dating. That’s why people are so hesitant nowadays to online date and app date, yet everybody does it.

That’s why so many people fail to take it seriously: because of all these ridiculous games that are being played.

So it’s time to grow up, unless of course, you are an 11-year-old reading this. And if you are 11 and reading this, you’ll know what your future will entail. Answer people back when they get back to you.

This busy “being busy” bullshit has been exposed.

Answer somebody back like you’d want to be answered back. Think about that the next time you’re playing a text game.

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Vonnie says

2017-03-16 19:57:08

Texting is fun if done correctly! It can serve as a prelude to conversation and an enhancement but not a replacement for conversation. And, timing is everything! Yes, if someone texts you, text back. However, if you're on many social media sites and/or don't have immediate access to the internet, then others need to be tolerant of your delays.
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