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I would definitely say my limit is like 4 or 5 texts," Rich, 33, says. "Texting is casual; an easy way to get to know someone and I feel like I get to be honest about the things I'm interested in."I don't know what you're saying, but I'm pretty sure 99 percent of the time you can wait for my response."For Chris, 29, the rule is similar, but simpler: do unto others as you'd want done to you. They're nervous, they over-analyze and they definitely ask their friends if they should respond right away — or make you sweat it out a bit."I don't like to say much in text messages," Phil, 28 says. just enough to keep them interested without giving away too much. I'm more likely to share things about myself and ask more personal questions in a text.Plus, 45 percent of dudes don't want to be bothered with a message when they’re on the clock, but women, notorious for multitasking, seem to balance the workday and a steamy conversation just fine.But that aside, what do guys really think about having full-on conversations without ever really saying a word?Sirius, 28, revealed that when it comes to text etiquette, he can’t stand a girl that’s too expressive."Too many emojis just kill a conversation—and definitely my interest," he says. ' It's like, whoa, calm down, I haven’t even had a chance to respond yet."Giphy Pet peeves guys can live with — like too many smiley faces or even the occasional run-on text.
Identify why you feel the need to yammer on -- nervousness, low tolerance for awkward silences, desire to impress with witty banter and accomplishments - and remember that you are not there to audition, but to relax and have a good time. Again, another big “no-no” identified in You need to show (not tell) men that you're a busy woman, with lots of friends, deadlines, projects and prospects (including romantic ones).He says, "Personally, I never send four texts in a row. And I think I'd be really annoyed if someone sent me that many texts without giving me the opportunity to respond first."Evan, 24, says that the limit is lucky number three. Here's the thing: If I'm not answering the first text, take that as a hint. I'm shy, so being able to hide behind the phone a little bit helps me.There's nothing so important that you need to keep messaging me without waiting for an answer."6. Girls forget that guys get nervous too.""I don't really text girls until I'm out.Fancy restaurants - and fancy girls - require reservations made well in advance. Quick Fix: To make sure you're his "Plan A" girl (not the "Plan B" girl he calls after his first choice turns him down), I recommend setting a firm cut-off limit after which you're "busy" - period.Having trained with authors, Ellen Fein and Sherrie Schneider, I recommend their "three days in advance" rule - e.g.