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It might seem much easier to flirt online than in-person. Or maybe it’s a bit trickier because you have to communicate in a sentence, or two? Either way, it’s best to be yourself when flirting online. If you meet up with the other person in real life, you don’t want them to think you’ve scammed them into thinking you’re someone else.
This way the person can easily respond and won’t get confused or lost reading really long texts.
Try to think of something no one else would say, and avoid cliches.
This shows the other person that you're not texting ‘just because’. Instead, you want to keep a conversation going and care about what they think. Open questions will allow them to ask you questions too.
If you know they had an important event the day before, a text asking how it went shows that you pay attention.
This might seem silly, but good-looking text messages show that you put time and care into writing them. They don’t have to be perfect - just check them over before hitting ‘send’.
You don’t have to wait days to text, or leave somebody on ‘read’. Relax and don’t overthink it. If you want to send a text, then do it. Just don’t send heaps of messages in a row. Allow the other person time to respond first.
If you’re doing most of the talking, if you’re only getting one-word answers back, if you’re being left on ‘read’ a lot, or if you’re both struggling with finding things to say, then it might be time to stop messaging.
Remember! Flirting may work out, or it may not. Monitor how the other person is responding to your messages. If they’re not really replying, or keep sending one-word replies, then perhaps they’re not that interested. It’s important to not keep hassling someone over text or social media.