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    If you are texting a guy everyday and it is quite flirty and you have met up a couple of times where there has been some flirty banter going on, at what stage are you officially 'texting'?
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    There are no stages of "texting", as long as you are sending message you are "texting".

    Good luck and continue
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    If you are texting a guy everyday and it is quite flirty and you have met up a couple of times where there has been some flirty banter going on, at what stage are you officially 'texting'?
    Pretty sure if you're sending a text, you're texting.

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    Such a stupid question. There is no such thing as "established texting", like a kind of "I got to 0.3th base".

    You either get to have sex with her or you don't...
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    Christ.
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    Oh lord.
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    When people like this ask such stupid Qs, you don't deserve a bf!

    Always people with no brain cells seem to get a bf!
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    When people like this ask such stupid Qs, you don't deserve a bf!

    Always people with no brain cells seem to get a bf!
    Someone's jelly :teehee:
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    When people like this ask such stupid Qs, you don't deserve a bf!

    Always people with no brain cells seem to get a bf!
    Why are you hating anonymously?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Always people with no brain cells seem to get a bf!
    I think that's because smart people tend to be a bit shy, or less social than most - thus, they get pushed aside.

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    (Original post by TorpidPhil)
    Someone's jelly :teehee:
    Not jealous in the slightest, just stating what I see time & time again! It's annoying & such questions, like this OP, is silly!

    Common sense! :dontknow:
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    (Original post by Andy98)
    I think that's because smart people tend to be a bit shy, or less social than most - thus, they get pushed aside.

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    Ok, interesting point.
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    Why are you hating anonymously?
    Free speech / free country, can say & do as I please. My remarks aren't hurting anyone, I'm just stating what I see occur time & time again, not from personal circumstances but from what I hear / see happen with family & friends.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    If you are texting a guy everyday and it is quite flirty and you have met up a couple of times where there has been some flirty banter going on, at what stage are you officially 'texting'?
    The **** are you talking about. If you're sending text messages, you're texting.

    Also note, "officially" means on record in an office. In your case, this won't be official, because nobody who has an office gives a **** if you are texting or aren't texting.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Not jealous in the slightest, just stating what I see time & time again! It's annoying & such questions, like this OP, is silly!

    Common sense! :dontknow:
    I was yanking your goose leg.

    I agree though - at least on TSR. The people who make these relationship threads just don't have a clue. Why they have partners and I don't is slightly beyond me. Clearly I'm ****ing craaaaaaaaaaaaazy IRL.
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    :lolwut:

    Dude..
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    Mate, you have to officially exchange numbers before you're officially permitted to officially text. Very few people know the official number-swapping ritual but since you seem so desperate I'll pm you the official deets.
 
 
 
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