Dating great guy but no chemistry
in person, we couldn't always physically be together.
He lived in Jersey and worked 12-hour night shifts as a nurse, and I'm a college student in Brooklyn.
You can figure out if you have text chemistry with someone by asking yourself these questions when you're texting them: Are you actually laughing out loud or are you bored as fuck and even forget to text them back most of the time?
Is your conversation full of funny memes and stories or is it a back and forth of "what you doin? Coming from a Tinder-ella herself, I can confirm that text chemistry IS REAL.
And there are so many reasons you shouldn't risk wasting your time with someone whom you don't have good text chemistry with: While some people may not be as exciting in text as they are in person, it's still even rarer they'll be exciting in person after being boring in text.
The first guy I ever spoke to on a dating app was a nerdy frat boy (yes, they exist), whom I only messaged first because I just joined a sorority and wanted someone who understood what Greek life was about.
A person who needs quick responses will find it difficult to date someone who can't or won't give that type of attention.Texting was the only way we could (virtually) spend time together until he had days off.But he would continually get upset at my sarcastic jokes, and I would continually get upset at his vapid responses.To this day, it's the longest I've ever been with someone. If you can't laugh with them, it's not a good sign.Getting back in the game was frustrating because guys would think my jokes were serious, and they'd get offended. The person you're dating is the first person you should think about texting when you have good news or bad news.