Not necessarily "long" but detailed texts? Sometimes when I text the guy I like, we can be vague and type one sentence or a few words to each other, but when we get into deeper topics, I sometimes type a lot to get my message across and he will respond with a simple response... so I'm not sure if that bothers him or if he is just agreeing and there isn't much else to say? I've always been this way and I try not to be but it is difficult for me to get my point across otherwise. I'd love to talk on the phone but I'm awkward and just not at that stage with him. I think the thing that bothers me is sometimes even if I know he is busy, he will respond to a longer text with one or a maybe a few words, but I guess if he has nothing to say that understandable...
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It all comes down to the guy and the type of connection you have.
It's rare, but occasionally, a guy may come across a connection with you that he is so eager to explore that he wants exposure to your mind anyway he can get it. So, he would APPRECIATE long texts from you. In my 21 years of life, I have only come across ONE guy whom I could actually exchange long, deep, detailed texts with. I loved it. : ) I was always so intrigued to see what would come out of his mind next and it was nice that I could share a deeper part of my psyche with him and it would be appreciated. That connection also encouraged me to push the limits of my thoughts instead of just easily sailing on the surface of topics. I'd be lying if I said I didn't miss having that rare connection.
I don't mean to generalize, but guys who usually have simple responses to deeper topics are just simple guys and they don't use the brain power to delve deep into a subject. That's usually how it is and you'll see that if you try to have that same conversation with them face to face but it's like the convo only extends so far. Anyhow, sometimes you just have to adapt to a person's communication style and if they don't like long texts, it's best to just keep it short and simple so that no one gets frustrated and annoyed.1