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Related: "I love meeting new people, and it's sometimes fun to have a random dude to text with during my down time, but seeing so many messages build up on my phone is stressful," says 24-year-old Tinder-user Ashley.
However, "I try to respond quickly because I know how weird I feel when I write something and a guy I like doesn't respond for hours later." But it's not only the time suck that's a downside of exchanging too many texts before an in-person meeting.
That time that you weren’t talking to her, there are guys that were.Still, she hasn't erased the text exchange, and occasionally re-reads them. He and I got along so well over text and it felt like an actual breakup when we stopped communicating, even though we only went on one date."According to experts, that may be because a lot of guys prefer the texting to dating.Matthew Hussey, a relationship expert and author of explains that, for guys, texting strangers serves a purpose that women, who tend to have a larger social network (both virtually and in person), don't require.And while I know I have a choice to respond to these inane messages, I don't want to seem rude by preemptively shutting down the conversation. I also appreciate the validation, the feeling that some guy connects with me so deeply he simply can't help but send me 20 texts a day.But, from a practical point of view, the torrent of texts is distracting me from work—not to mention talking to my real friends.