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what do you think?
I’ve been seeing this guy for about a month. things are great. i really like him. sometimes i just don’t hear from him though… last night i had such a good time with him. i texted him, saying so earlier today, but i never heard back from him. it makes me feel uneasy.
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relax take it eeeeeeeasy, for there is nothing that we can do
why are you paranoid?
Is he at work? Off work? 100 miles away? Three doors down and sitting on his couch? I think it depends upon what he is doing and where.
don’t let it bother you now - he probably is busy.
but if he starts constantly ignoring you, then end it with him.
but right now, it’s fine, I bet.
Nothing u have to worry about it
just don’t contact him until i hear from him then?
reasons to contact him - you want to know what’s going on with him
reasons to not contact him - fear, bad experience of contacting someone perhaps
I don’t think there’s any reason to believe that contacting him will go badly wrong, so contact him
I might have come from an old school but to me it sounds like he just wants to have a good time and nothing more.
Some people don’t know that a response is required to any particular text. And if you do respond and they respond, then what? Are you supposed to drop everything and text for hours? It’s not clear unless you interact a lot with them or actually talk about it.
I usually take a message as being a message unless there’s a question mark at the end, then I think it’s a message that wants a reply.
i guess i thought that saying something like i had a great time with him would be something that he’d want to reply to. but whatever, i guess not.
Could be, but I can easily see that as something someone might not choose to reply to. Like thank-you cards, nobody replies to those, they say a similar thing, it’s just a nice sentiment you communicated — not that I don’t see what you’re saying, just showing other perspective.
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