Be organic, have fun, and make sure that you and the other person are comfortable with the whole thing.
[Read: 20 sexy text messages to start a sexy conversation] #11 Put your phone down.
You can’t have your date sensing this from you this early in your relationship, as you will only turn them off completely.
It’s a huge disrespect of their privacy and a show of your lack of trust.
While there are traditional rules for who will initiate texts in the dating world, it’s a show of courtesy to acknowledge a good date.
You can text your date about how much fun you had once you get home, or, even better, the following day.
Just be sure to be sincere about it if you are expecting another date. Texting etiquette demands that you have discretion when you are texting.
Be aware of situations when it’s all right to text and when it is more appropriate to just pick up the phone and call. Be mindful of what the other person could be doing at certain times of the day. Not only might you be waking them up at 2 a.m., but texting at odd hours also makes you look needy, weird, or inconsiderate. When you’re dating, especially in the early stages, texting etiquette suggests that it’s best to keep it cool at first.