Sex text to meet
I’ve become somewhat of an expert on the subject, because, as I said… I believe these reasons can be broken down into a few main categories: Arguably the most popular of all the reasons to say something you shouldn’t is after a breakup.
We’re all left in this weird space where nothing makes sense—feeling hurt, betrayed, sad and probably a little confused.
None of my friends would probably believe me if I said I didn’t choose to write about five text messages a person might regret sending—mostly because I’ve been known to send a few in my day. That’s a bit of an exaggeration, but it was once suggested someone buy me a flask that said, “I didn’t text you, vodka texted you.” You have to laugh at yourself, right? Otherwise, people will eventually think you’re crazy; or, perhaps, that you have a drinking problem.
Because I decided I didn’t want to be known as either one of those things, I’ve remedied my behavior for the most part.
So the text conversations that go nowhere happen all the time because they actually feel good. There's only so much to text about when it comes to someone you're trying to date.
You can think that.) This is the text message category containing anything sent after midnight—and also any time before 10 a.m. Neither works out in your favor, because at the end of the day, they already broke up with (you at least once), or they’re really happy with someone that isn’t you and never will be you.
Because it’s proven science (in my head, at least) that we’re equally lonely when we wake up as we might be when leaving a bar. That’s only four categories and I realize that; the truth is, there are opposite. You’ll probably end up drinking too much wine or eating too much ice cream (or maybe both) and I’d like to save everyone from that experience.
And sometimes we miss people who want to give us the attention we deserve while we’re busy crafting the perfect text.
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