I went out with a guy two weeks ago and it was a great first date. We just had drinks and it was about two hours. He mentioned that maybe he could see me the following week and I gave an approving response. I actually was traveling to London but I didn't want to get too complicated. So he got in touch with me early last week to ask me out for last wed/thur and I explained that I was leaving the next day for the rest of the week. So then we planned for this wednesday. We had some texts while I was gone - I initiated the first one but they were just silly/fun. I returned yesterday and he contacted me today to confirm we are on for dinner on Wednesday. He really seems like a great guy - smart, successful, athletic, attractive, funny. I just don't understand the text as a method of communication. What do you think? Why?
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Exactly what Riverfall113 said.
We (guys) can think over what we want to say and we can fix little things to
make it sound better instead of just "uhhhing" and stuttering through a real conversation.
It takes the fear out of sounding or looking dumb to someone you're trying to impress.0