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I've recently got with a girl We've known each other and been seeing each other for a while but made it official the other week.

But lately I've been a little insecure lately because of my lack of confidence in myself and she's seemed a bit quiet when talking to me lately so I've felt worse and tried to confront her with it tonight and she's told me not to worry about anything but personally I feel I've messed up.

I want to send her a paragraph to wake up to, telling her that she means a lot to me and I'm really thankful for her sticking by me and that she's my world.

But I know some girls don't like cute texts so I want to ask for opinions out there before I actually go and send her it when she's asleep?
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(Original post by jlawson118)
I've recently got with a girl We've known each other and been seeing each other for a while but made it official the other week.

But lately I've been a little insecure lately because of my lack of confidence in myself and she's seemed a bit quiet when talking to me lately so I've felt worse and tried to confront her with it tonight and she's told me not to worry about anything but personally I feel I've messed up.

I want to send her a paragraph to wake up to, telling her that she means a lot to me and I'm really thankful for her sticking by me and that she's my world.

But I know some girls don't like cute texts so I want to ask for opinions out there before I actually go and send her it when she's asleep?
Do it!

However I'd wait until the morning because if her phone isn't on silent you might wake her up. Just did that to my boyfriend by accident!

If you have these thoughts and you aren't confident enough to say them to her face yet, it's definitely worth putting them out there!

Whenever I receive anything like that, my heart swells a little
And it's especially precious when you're starting things up: start as you mean to continue
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"If all the girls I had been with were garden tools, you would be my main hoe... Luv u B."

Send and buy a ring because she'll be wanting you to pop that question.
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Love it. Dooo itttt
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Waking up to a cute text puts you in a good mood all day
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Communication is key; misunderstandings, not accepting differences, anger over trivial matters all create distance
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yes do it!! morning texts are the best c:
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In my experience girls love morning texts


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Not in my experience.

There was this girl I used to text in the early morning on a regular basis, "I love you, I think you're awesome, the nicest person I've ever met" etc etc. So she would be waking up to these texts many of the time. But she just used to ignore the messages or getting annoyed I was sending them. She was with a guy at the time, but still.
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Lol. I don't like blatantly cute texts, I kind of like it when a guy says stuff really discretely and indirectly, but I can still pick up on it.

Don't know why, but to me, a cute text would make me cringe a little.
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I've been on the receiving end of morning texts. I'm not that fond of them. I thought it was vomit inducing. But if the girl in question is into sickly sweet romance you should go ahead. (:


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Personally I wouldn't like this. I'd be happy enough with a simple ' good morning beautiful ', but that's just me. If you know that's what she likes, then go for it.
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Not in my experience.

There was this girl I used to text in the early morning on a regular basis, "I love you, I think you're awesome, the nicest person I've ever met" etc etc. So she would be waking up to these texts many of the time. But she just used to ignore the messages or getting annoyed I was sending them. She was with a guy at the time, but still.
Was this supposed to be as funny as it is?? I laughed for like 8 whole seconds :ahee:

I like sweet morning messages OP but nothing...over the top. Wouldn't say she's your world cos...come on..is anyone really anyone's world :indiff: I'd rather a 'Morning babe, thinking of you. Have a great day x' or something.
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Who told you girls do not like cute texts?! If my boyfriend still sent me cute texts I think I'd cry!

Girls, well some, are kinda.. Needy? We like to be shown that someone cares and a simple cute morning text can do that. Maybe do not send it at night, as she might think you only think about her at night when you're lonely. Even throughout the day, send her a cute message, which shows her you're thinking about her! Do not feel embarrassed or scared how she will react, because I know she will love and appreciate it.

Taking time out of your day to show her a bit of attention will mean a lot! Good luck :-)
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(Original post by LauraMayden1)
Lol. I don't like blatantly cute texts, I kind of like it when a guy says stuff really discretely and indirectly, but I can still pick up on it.
it's this kind of sensible thinking that I've picked up on in your posts. It sets you apart from so many of the others here, makes you seem, I don't know, more mature, perhaps.




EDIT: you're over 18, should probably be 20, right?
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Go for it! Spontaneous and sweet is good. Just make sure you don't send her a paragraph every day; that's far too clingy.
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I do but not every morning, I don't want it to lose it's touch if I know i'm going to get one every morning. A simple 'good morning (with or without a pet name), hope you have a wonderful day ' is lovely to receive but saying what you want to say will scare her off! Way too over the top IMO for someone you've just got into a relationship with.
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God that's so cringe. But if she likes it then go ahead.
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Waking up is the second hardest thing in the morning...
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