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I met a guy recently - really nice, very attractive, and we've been texting back and forth quite a bit. He wants to take me out for a drink, I've said yes, etc.

He was texting me yesterday all fine and dandy, and then he basically asked me to send him a dirty picture (by text), kind of joking with a serious undertone? I get the feeling that he's gone out with girls who would do that type of thing before (plus I'm 20 and he's 25, so more experienced) and, whilst I don't see anything wrong with it if you're comfortable, I wouldn't be.

I'm not offended or put off, just curious as to how I should reply to this? Whilst I don't want to send the picture I'd still like to go out for a drink, and don't want to put him off.
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If you like him in that way, joke it away, maybe being like, "haha just come take them yourself one day - i'm not doing that for you" or something less flirty. This doesn't commit you to anything, or make you do anything. If he asks again seriously later, just say you were kidding because you were?

Or you could straight up say it's not what you appreciate being asked for.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
I met a guy recently - really nice, very attractive, and we've been texting back and forth quite a bit. He wants to take me out for a drink, I've said yes, etc.

He was texting me yesterday all fine and dandy, and then he basically asked me to send him a dirty picture (by text), kind of joking with a serious undertone? I get the feeling that he's gone out with girls who would do that type of thing before (plus I'm 20 and he's 25, so more experienced) and, whilst I don't see anything wrong with it if you're comfortable, I wouldn't be.

I'm not offended or put off, just curious as to how I should reply to this? Whilst I don't want to send the picture I'd still like to go out for a drink, and don't want to put him off.

Send him this.. it's pure filth!

http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_xsuSGedrZT...frog-spawn.jpg
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call him a cheeky sod and do a wink:dontknow:
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Send him a picture of one of your poos.
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Try 'you first'.
WARNING: Results may vary.
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Send him a picture of one of your poos.
Hilarious.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
I met a guy recently - really nice, very attractive, and we've been texting back and forth quite a bit. He wants to take me out for a drink, I've said yes, etc.

He was texting me yesterday all fine and dandy, and then he basically asked me to send him a dirty picture (by text), kind of joking with a serious undertone? I get the feeling that he's gone out with girls who would do that type of thing before (plus I'm 20 and he's 25, so more experienced) and, whilst I don't see anything wrong with it if you're comfortable, I wouldn't be.

I'm not offended or put off, just curious as to how I should reply to this? Whilst I don't want to send the picture I'd still like to go out for a drink, and don't want to put him off.
How did he ask you? Write down the text.





I want tips. :shifty:
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he's a pervert.
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Oh I hate when guys do that, when i first clicked on this i thought it was gonna be a 16 year old lad saying he asked a girl and she hasn't replied. It's so sleazy.

Sorry if it seems like i'm offending the guy you like, just say something like 'Oh you can wait till you see it for real, it'll be worth the wait' If that suffices.
If you don't feel comfortable with the sexual undertone at all yet seen as you might not know him long enough to feel comfortable referencing that then tell him out straight. If he has a problem/gets annoyed at you for it you're clearly not compatible and his a jerk if he won't respect you.

But hopefully it won't come to that.
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"Nice try, go watch some porn ;)"
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Tbh it reflects badly on his opinion of you; he thinks you are a slut.

Educate this fool.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
I met a guy recently - really nice, very attractive, and we've been texting back and forth quite a bit. He wants to take me out for a drink, I've said yes, etc.

He was texting me yesterday all fine and dandy, and then he basically asked me to send him a dirty picture (by text), kind of joking with a serious undertone? I get the feeling that he's gone out with girls who would do that type of thing before (plus I'm 20 and he's 25, so more experienced) and, whilst I don't see anything wrong with it if you're comfortable, I wouldn't be.

I'm not offended or put off, just curious as to how I should reply to this? Whilst I don't want to send the picture I'd still like to go out for a drink, and don't want to put him off.
Don't send the picture, too easy

Save the pictures for just before or after you've had sex
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Hes probably just horny, if you wanna go out with him then either be flirty like someone else suggested, or politely decline, but end the text either way upbeat by telling him youd like to go for a drink or something
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(Original post by Anonymous)
I met a guy recently - really nice, very attractive, and we've been texting back and forth quite a bit. He wants to take me out for a drink, I've said yes, etc.

He was texting me yesterday all fine and dandy, and then he basically asked me to send him a dirty picture (by text), kind of joking with a serious undertone? I get the feeling that he's gone out with girls who would do that type of thing before (plus I'm 20 and he's 25, so more experienced) and, whilst I don't see anything wrong with it if you're comfortable, I wouldn't be.

I'm not offended or put off, just curious as to how I should reply to this? Whilst I don't want to send the picture I'd still like to go out for a drink, and don't want to put him off.
If you want to then go for it however if it makes you uncomfortable then you shouldnt do it. Asking for naughty pictures is all fair and good.

If you dont want to then tell him that if he's decent then he will respect that. If he gets huffy well that will give you and indicator of what hes like
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Send him this.. it's pure filth!

http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_xsuSGedrZT...frog-spawn.jpg
:lol:

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"Nice try, go watch some porn "
I tried that once...didn't work. He got more determined and more horny :lolwut:


Be a tease and tell him you're not that easy so he won't be getting anything...at least not for the moment
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In my experience (lol, guilty) some girls do, most girls don't.

If you don't feel comfortable playing the sexy text game then there are some good replies above - but please don't say something ******ed and put a wink at the end, ie. "o wudnt u like 2 no, lol " because I HATE that, such a lack of effort...

Most girls I've known would never send pictures of themselves. Just call him a cheeky ******* and say you prefer real life to pictures.
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I once read that it's illegal to send naked pictures through text dunno if that's true lol
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Tell him to grow up
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Why must girls be so complicated...
Just give him what he's asking for!
It's just a picture, no big deal...

lol, jk!
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