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3. He Hasn't Figured Out Your Relationship Status. If you started out as friends and moved into casual dating, he might not be sure if it's time to get serious or not. Going steady is a big deal to guys. It means they typically won't be keeping their options open anymore. Rather than disappearing permanently, his texts might become less frequent while he sorts it out.

To discourage someone from texting you, simply respond: " I'm not much of a texter/I'm not able to text now. But feel free to call me or I can call you later. "

๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ˜‰ :/ ^_^ = Use in moderation.
I like emoticons. But I start to question people when every single text they send me ends in a smiley face. Cโ€™mon. Emoticons are all well and good in moderation, but it can be really easy to go overboard with them. Coming across like a 12 year old is not an attractive quality in adults.

Several patterns emerged in my data that are worthy of further research. Based on participants' answers, it seems that the generation gap provides vast differences in style and understanding of text messages. This topic could yield new discoveries regarding how individuals of different ages utilize texting. In addition, emoticon use, as it becomes more prevalent, would be a worthy research focus. Particularly, one might research gender differences in emoticon use and the use of emoticons in romantic or dating scenarios.

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    To discourage someone from texting you, simply respond: " I'm not much of a texter/I'm not able to text now. But feel free to call me or I can call you later. "

    Several patterns emerged in my data that are worthy of further research. Based on participants' answers, it seems that the generation gap provides vast differences in style and understanding of text messages. This topic could yield new discoveries regarding how individuals of different ages utilize texting. In addition, emoticon use, as it becomes more prevalent, would be a worthy research focus. Particularly, one might research gender differences in emoticon use and the use of emoticons in romantic or dating scenarios.

    ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ˜‰ :/ ^_^ = Use in moderation.
    I like emoticons. But I start to question people when every single text they send me ends in a smiley face. Cโ€™mon. Emoticons are all well and good in moderation, but it can be really easy to go overboard with them. Coming across like a 12 year old is not an attractive quality in adults.