I am even more inclined to do this after sex. I want to be a gentlemen. Also getting a nice text after we got sexual (especially if it was the first time) gives me a peace of mind she was cool with it.
But this turns some girls off?
- Turn on. He’s a gentlemen
- Turn on but only if we’d got sexual.
- Turn off. It’s too nice I’m a big girl
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That gives me warm feelings, when someone (even when it's my girlfriends) tell me to text them when I get home safely, it def gives a different feeling. Its more personable, and shows that the person really cares for you and wants to make sure you are alright.
But... I like it when it's sincere, not like they say it for the sake of saying it.
So in my opinion, I'd prefer if someone only said it if they really did care, so ask yourself if you are saying it because you really do care eve if you don't like the girl... don't give he false hope. If she likes you, and you can't reciprocate, saying those phrases can often lead her on, and that's not fair
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Ehhh, it depends if the guy is more laid-back or jealous type. If he's the jealous kind, I'd feel it was a bit creepy, like he's wanting to keep tabs on me because he doesn't trust me or those around me. I'd probably text him a short, blunt (not rude/angry) text from the car.
But if he was more laid-back and we'd gotten along well, I'd think it was really sweet and wait til after I'd gotten settle at home before texting him back. If we'd been dating for a bit I'd probably send him a goodnight text as well before I fell asleep.
I don't think I'd say it's a 'turn on' though but just that it elevates what I think of him and how much I like him overall.