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Dating : Helped some friends move yesterday and after I left, my friend gave me a girl’s number that I met that day. I’m interested but I’m busy for the next week, and I really don’t like texting.

Dating : Helped some friends move yesterday and after I left, my friend gave me a girl’s number that I met that day. I’m interested but I’m busy for the next week, and I really don’t like texting.


I think the two of us were matched up by our friends, which I’m okay with bcause I think they may be right! When he gave me her number he said something along the lines of « Hey man here’s _____’s number. She thinks you’re really cool! You should text her. »

So I obviously want to turn it into a casual date to get to know her better, but I don’t like texting over long periods of time when I’m just getting to know someone, and I’m busy for all of this week.

Is it inappropriate to just text her and schedule a coffee date, followed by radio silence until we meet? I don’t want to wait too long to text her.

What do you think?

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  1. Text a little bit. Maybe half a day just some basic get to know you type shit. Then ask her out. Tell her you got a busy schedule this week and plan something. Then like you said either no contact or very minimal before the date. Text her day of to confirm

  2. Call her by voice, offer her a date at an exact time/place/day *for when you get back.* Don’t do any texting in between unless it is important such as adjusting plans. But if she texts you always respond, be friendly, happy, and obvious that you were glad to hear from her. But don’t drag it out. Communicate for a long enough time to be polite but then get off of it. You want to save the conversation for the date. The phone is for setting dates,…the date is for « getting to know someone ». You don’t want to sit there on a date staring at each other awkwardly because you already talked about everything and told each other everything about each other before you even got to the date.

    I never do confirmation calls. I prove I am reliable by showing up like I said without doing that, and I use it as a test to see if they will do that same (and I have never been stood up). But if they call me to confirm I respond to them happily as I said above.

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