Last night, I went on a date from a guy that I met on a online dating site. We went out to dinner and had a good time. At the end of the date we hugged each other and he said to text him when I got home so he knows that I got home safely. I text him when I got home saying that I got home safe and thank you again for dinner. I had a good time tonight. He text me back saying Good. I'm home too. I had a good time. I didn't see that message though until the morning or I would of probably just text back saying good night if I did, oh well.
My question is:
Should I wait for him to text/call me?
Or should I send him a quick text to him? And if I do what should I say? And when should I send the text? Now or in a day or two? If I wait a day or two should I call him instead of texting?
Should I just say: Hi, How are you? I hope you are having a good day.
He responded right away saying "It was fun- I'm looking forward to next time. Hope you have a good weekend!
I responded "Me too! Enjoy your weekend and try to stay cool in this hot weather.
He responded back " I will- talk soon
I responded "ok, have a good day at work"
If I sent him a text I was going to say something like- Hi! Just wondering how your week is going? Mines been a little hectic. I wanted to know if you are still interested in meeting up again? I am heading to the city on Monday and I wanted to know if you would want to get together then
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I hate all these rules that society has supposedly created. When I go on a good date I don't want to wait two days to hear from her. I had one girl that texted me smily before I was even out of the parking lot and I thought it was great. I find that the longer you go from date until contact the more awkward things are. I wouldn't suggest texting him 20 times a day or anything like that but I don't see an issue with sending a simple text to say hi. Calling vs texting is up to you, I text because I get nervous and I say stupid things.0