Last Friday night while sitting with my friends on a rug on the patio (I have yet to buy patio furniture) the topic of texting and dating arose in conversation.
Mainly the discussion was about how confused everyone is about dating. And many other questions that seemed to have no clear answers. The I Was Writing Something Long and Thoughtful and You Knew It Because You Could See The Three Dots For a Long Time But Then I Deleted It Just Sent The “Yup.” Text.
The I would’ve been there on time if we only had landlines Text Pretty self-explanatory, but essentially text messaging has made it where no plans are ever actual certain. To which he replies“Hanging out with friends, probably gonna go to a bar soon.”Aww yes, he was just wondering what his options were at said time and date.5. You haven’t hung out with the guy ever, because you met online, and you’ve already gotten to the “Just got home from the gym.” Part of the relationship.“Yea I’m making dinner.”“What are you making?
In the past, if someone didn’t show up, there was fear of death, flat tire, or other extreme possibilities which forced upon everyone a level of responsibility to show up on time or give ample notice. The Fast-Forward To The Boring Part Of The Relationship Texts. I’m gonna watch House of Cards and go to bed.”“Salad and salmon. ”“Not sure probably go get a drink with friends.”“Cool.
I promise to hold your hand when we're 80 years old with the same liveliness that I did when I crossed that line to hold yours for the first time.
I vow never to let the excitement of dating me die down; I will surprise you with the location, the reason or the activity itself.
Let this letter be a promise to you that I will do my best to be the man I want to be for you.
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