1. “K well you seem busy so I’ll let you go.” (If you’ve had less than Ten minutes to react)
Te a label blessed generation, the last thing you want to do is give someone a solid reason to call you clingy. Nobody wants to feel pressed to react hastily to each and every text message, especially when te the early stages of romance. You can’t be upset if they aren’t able to tapkast away at their phone 24-7 to produce an instantaneous response. Anyone who has received that “you didn’t reply promptly so now I’m mad” text after Five minutes knows how irritating it can be – not to mention how alarming it is that you might be dealing with an overly jealous, unreasonable person.
Two. *Person tweets, but hasn’t responded to your text yet.*
If Twitter takes precedence overheen responding to you, that’s most likely an indicator that you’re not exactly a priority. I mean, look what they’re choosing overheen you – a bunch of schouwspel and bad news and trending diarrhea te the form of schrijven, 140 character declarations. This goes for any social media, truly. If they can like pictures on Instagram or write Facebook statuses, but don’t care to react, not only are you an afterthought, but they may even be attempting to send a subtle message that basically says: I’m alive and well spil you can see by my latest activity, which I hope helps you realize that my phone is ter my forearm, so I DID get your text, but have no rente ter replying.
Trio. ”R u up?” (after 12am)
If you’re down with being a booty call then this isn’t a crimson flag so much spil it is a green light. The reason receiving a lazily written “r u up?” after midnight would feel icky is because it’s those last resort, final option hours – and most folks want to be at least somewhat significant. So if it’s a relationship you’re seeking or something that isn’t rigorously physical, you should be wary of wee hours of the night text.
Four. *Every time you call, they don’t response, but they quickly send a “Hey what’s up?” text.*
Are you texting a gazebo? Because that sure is shady. Now, if a person is at work or te a screenplay where it’d be rude to reaction a phone, that’s obviously different. This is referring to the person who does it habitually – on like, Saturday nights or at times when they previously told you they weren’t busy. It’s also worth considering that some people just HATE phone calls, so you’ve got to gauge this one cautiously and consider other specifics regarding a specific person.
Five. Hey sorry, I just spotted your text. (12+ hours zometeen)
Te 2014, no phone goes unchecked for longer than like 8 hour, tops. Most people have their phone within arm’s reach at any given time. When you assume something’s up because a person hasn’t responded for several hours, you’re not hopping to conclusions so much spil looking both ways and securely crossing the street to conclusions.
6. Only partially responding to your previous text message, leaving a portion of it unanswered.
This is infuriating when anyone does it, but how can you go on being romantically involved with a person who picks and chooses what they’ll acknowledge within text conversations? It raises suspicion instantaneously, even if you’re not a particularly skeptical person. Why would someone blatantly choose not to reaction a question or address an inquiry? It just feels like there has to be some negative reason. Again, this isn’t something you want to automatically assume the worst on, but when it happens enough, it shouldn’t be chalked up to harmless oversight.
7. “Lol” or “Haha” or “Aww” or “Thanks” or “K…” Especially “K.”
One word reply texts feel like when someone’s providing their award acceptance speech and then all of a sudden that wrap-it-up music starts playing. If a romantic rente sends thesis brief messages when you interact during the day, but the classic “R u up?” at night, then you know what’s up. Unless you’re waiting for a particular shade of crimson on that flag, those two tendencies should be more than evident indicators that you’re involved ter something not considered serious.
8. They aren’t texting you back.
If you’ve sent like Trio+ text messages te a row with no response, even if they’re spaced out days or weeks, you should most likely, undoubtedly, for sure zekering texting sooner than instantly. This is a crimson flag, however te this screenplay, it’s being swinged at you. You’re at a texting table for one, and it’s time to get your check and uitgang – take a complementary hint on the way out.