Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc. Choose something you both enjoy and you discussed during your date. I would call/text someone that same night and the next day if I was interested. Heck I text on my drive home to say I had a good time and cant wait to see her again. Just send him a simple text right now telling him Thanks and that you had a great time. No reason to wonder what someone is thinking, I am all for NO MORE DATING MIND GAMES. If you are interested in seeing him again let him know.
Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing... He might be playing the same game you are "I should wait to call her for 4 days just so I don't come off as desperate" That's BS. Some guys play weird games afraid to contact till at least 3 days due to some supposed goofy dating "rule". If you had a nice time for gawd sakes just say so Cowboy Guys, especially the ones that use online dating, are probably just as nervous as you. I understand that no one likes the risk of rejection but it is a part of life.
A guy can be a perfect gentleman, say and do all the right things and be a great catch. ” If she doesn’t call you back, wait three days before calling again.
But if a woman doesn’t feel “butterflies,” chances are she’ll cut her losses and move on with no explanation. It just means the two of you wouldn’t make a good fit. Whether the timing is off, she’s just not that into you or she simply can’t deal. Take this as a blessing in disguise, and thank the universe for freeing you up to find the woman who’s right for you. Never call twice in one day if you don’t hear from her.
If you like him, call him, text him, email him, send a telegram, whatever you do. After the first text, reply back to him: “Good to hear from you. Call me when you’re free.” Now is the time to establish your worth and teach him how to treat you. Even the dating "experts" [matchmakers, etc.] are split on the whole "contact him vs. Keep in mind that the 3 day rule is a commonly known rule and is used by guys because after a great date they might be so full of emotions and desperation to be with you that they need a rule to keep themselves sane.
if he likes you he will respond, if not, then I guess you have your answer.... So there is no time frame when a guy will call you back. And when he calls has NOTHING to do with how interested he is. ) and beyond that it means they wanted to call, nothing more.
I don't like calling the day after, but I explicitly state when I will call so there is no mystery, and the woman can go on with her life instead of waiting around her phone lol. Sunday is usually spent with church, family, and getting ready for the work week. (What matters is that he calls you back and acts interested from there.) Don't assume because it's been 48 hours he's not interested. You can't measure interest based on the random and often meaningless behavior of men. It's just noise." I've been told I shouldn't text/call a guy after a first date because 1) it looks "desperate" and 2) if he's interested, he'll get in touch with ME, and I need to let him be a man and initiate contact."If he is interested he will call you. Unlike you I don't try to read into the random dating behaviors of people. I would say if you don't hear anything within 1-3 days then he's not that interested.
For example, Sunday night meeting, so I tell my date I will call her Tuesday morning. most men like it when a girl shows interest in them. Also, if your date went great, I don't think it would have just ended with a hug... at least if it were me I'd have gone with at least a goodnight kiss. But if you are interested and he hasn't called you in a few days, why not call him? If a guy took longer than 3 days to ask me out again I would probably ignore him (unless he had a very good reason, such as being in the hospital).
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