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Once they do this, you can 'apologise' and say your phone was playing up.Then follow right up with a question and ask them how things are going."6. Once you've had some interest from your texts, don't be afraid to actually call them.April Masini: If you had one date and your partner doesn’t respond to your text, and doesn’t initiate any on his or her own, then they’re just not into you.Accept the rejection and be grateful that you have a sign.So many people are scared to speak but it's the very best thing you can do to stand out and make them interested." 7. The more he chases you then the more he'll want you, so make him work for your attention.Don't use the old technique of making him wait ages for a reply, but try to not be quite so available."8. If you want to spark up a conversation that leads to a date, avoid any text questions that could be answered with a simple yes or no. The more time they have to invest texting you then the more likely they will want to meet."9. Not for sexts or nude photos (unless you're into that kind of thing), but take photos of your surroundings and the exciting day you are having.When you initiate a conversation every single day for days on end after a nice date, you’re not reminding them of the fun you had go-karting, you’re giving them a new chore: responding to your texts.As for to text, unless there are some extenuating or scary circumstances that happened while you were on the date together, on a first date you should steer clear of asking someone to text you when they get home safely.
But if not, this person is not responding to send you a message that they’re not interested, and not available for you.
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