Dating and texting
“Send me a pic,” and “What ru wearing” sound juvenile and pervy.
That doesn’t mean she’s not willing to get a bit frisky.
Whim is all about authenticity and meeting up in real life.
Spending time with someone in person is the best and only way to see if there's chemistry!
If you have feelings to share, pick up the phone or run the risk of sounding pathetic.
And just for good measure, don’t ever start a text with “We need to talk,” “I’ve been meaning to tell you,” or “So I went to the doctor…” Yes, we know the 8-megapixel camera on the i Phone may make her photos to you feel like your own personal Playboy, but overly sexual demands are a quick way to turn her from hot to cold.
If you want to keep the momentum going before, after, and between dates, then your phone can be the greatest tool at your disposal.
Ladies can smell a mass text from a mile away—especially when Sarah and Lauren are actually roommates.
(But don't forget these 6 Online Dating Dos and Don'ts for Internet Safety.), suggests avoiding a back-and-forth until you have an actual date on the books.
“It's way too easy to get carried away, have sexually-driven texts, and kill the relationship before you have the opportunity to ever meet,” she says.
Created by a Stanford grad and former Ok Cupid Labs employee, Whim is a free mobile dating app that eliminates endless messaging and sends users on real-life dates instead.
We've made going from phone to date delightful, seamless, and magical.