I have been texting this guy I like for about three weeks and he knows I like him and he said 'sure' he likes me too. Okay first of all... What is 'sure' supposed to mean? It seem really hesitant to me. But anyways, we live a couple of hours away from each other so we can't see each other (I can't drive now but I will be able to in 3 months). So we kind of just left it at that.
I know guys are not always the best texters and don't always really like it and I can tell mine doesn't because he apparently is more chatty when it's not in text or written form. So I think we would both have better conversations over the phone... I don't know how to tell him this though. How can I let him know that I would be good with him calling me a couple times a week or so? I would call him first but I don't want to surprise him and make things awkward by throwing him off his guard.
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Haha, ah you are over-analyzing the situation. "Sure" means YES I LIKE YOU BACK. What else was he supposed to say? "Of course?" If I were a guy, I would think saying "Of course" as opposed to "sure" would be a lot more daring and might raise some red flags. It'd be like saying "OF COURSE I LIKE YOU BACK SO GIVE ME A TIME AND A PLACE, GIRL!"
There doesn't need to be anything awkward about getting him to call you. EVERY guy will respond well if a girl they like shows interest in them, as long as it doesn't sound desperate, which I think you'll have no problem with. Try to be playful about it. An example would be this;
Your text: Heyyy, want to chat?
His text: Sure
*You call him*
He says: Hello?
You say: Well hello... you said you wanted to chat >=3.
And then at the end of the conversation, say something complimentary, like "It was great finally talking on the phone with you. Feel free to call me any time."