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I would guess that in 90% of all cases when a guy does not call back after a third date, there were either no sexy times involved or there were sub-par sexy times involved.
A third date that doesn't end with sex, or at least with some naked bodies (or even at the very least some high-intensity, risque touching) is not a great third date from the guy's perspective, no matter how well the girl thought it went.
” but I think it’s better to just text to set up a first date. I think it’s much better to just text asking a girl out right away. It’s like making out in cars or eating a lot of carbs — it’s sweet and brings back memories of something we used to love doing. Almost a hundred percent of advice you give over gchat/text/brunch will never actually be listened to.
Plus, the pre-date phone call is tricky because aside from our parents, we are all so out of practice with actually talking on the phone to other human beings, much less trying to impress them with our easy going nature and love of John Candy’s early works (anyone else? Unfortunately, the guys of our generation would rather do anything other than talk on the phone — but still, on the whole, these are amazing times we live in. But we’ll all keep giving it, and trying to figure it all out, cause you know. Guys of New York: You’re killing us with all the tote bags this summer.