Have you ever been in a situation where a hot guy is obsessed with texting but just won’t ask you out?

You’ve been doing your best flirting via chat or phone messages and still…Mr Slow won’t pop the dating question.  Well, this mini dating tip is dedicated to all the girls who are willing to throw their guy a dating bone or let them rest in peace.

It can be very frustrating when you feel like there’s chemistry with a guy, yet things are moving slower than a sloth through molasses. Texting ping-pong seems to be his favourite mode of communicating and you’re beginning to wonder what’s up.  You’re keen for a date, but you’re trying to figure out if he’s super shy, lazy, a player or he’s just not that into you.

And it’s messing with your head. 

If you’re thinking of a way to move him to action…

You might be tempted to make the first move, but we all know how badly that can back-fire.  If a guy just won’t ask a woman out or move off the texting platform, and the woman says…

‘Would you like to meet for drinks?’.

Or if he already has her number:

‘How come you haven’t called me?’…

…It can result in him offering weird excuses (his phone is broken, he’s lost his voice, he needs to be close to his guinea pig).  Whatever it is, it feels icky when we make a direct offer and it’s rejected.

Now, women have every right to move a relationship forward and not waste their time, but if you want the guy to take the lead, there are better ways to draw him to his own conclusions.

If you’re going to throw the dating bone, then do so with caution, and only as a last resort when it’s a do or die situation.  That usually involves a dating site or a guy who asked for your number on a night out, and you’re not willing to play the eternal texting game.

I’m going to share a couple of different ways you can prompt a guy to offer a date, without you having to do all the work.

The Subtle Way To Ask For A Date

Instead of going straight in with an offer, there are a couple of ways of coaxing Mr Slow using your flirty, feminine energy, and it’s so low-risk that you can do it without breaking a sweat!

And they sound something like this…

You know…it always feels nice to connect with you. I find texting kinda boring though, I like hearing someone’s voice…what about you?

The above text should alert him to the fact that he’s not going to get much out of a texting relationship with you.  This could prompt him to get on the phone or ask you out.  If he doesn’t take the bait (jeez how dumb is he?), then you can leave it a while and then try again.

If you want to get more obvious you can go in with the following…

You know…as much as I love texting with you…it hurts my thumbs. What does a girl have to do to get a phone call 😜

OR

You know…as much as I love texting with you…I feel it’s kinda dull. What does a girl have to do to get asked out 😜

Your playful tone is conveyed with the use of a fun emoji.

You’re also showing him you like him. You’re telling him it feels nice to connect and you enjoy the interaction.  But you’re also introducing doubt; you’re letting him know you’re not into his low investment communication.  No guy wants to be thought of as boring, so it’s going to make him FEEL something about your comment; hopefully, he’ll snap out of his trance and start taking action.

Now, if a guy doesn’t take you up on that offer, he’s either suffering from a cold heart or he’s just not that interested.  At least you’ll know and you can focus your attention on someone who deserves your attention.

If you ever say this, then retreat from this man after the fact.  When you’re leaning forward with your words, you’re cool in your actions.

Guys don’t always like being asked out by a woman…

…it takes away their role as the pursuer.  But this way of doing it is a little more innocent, and if he’s feeling unsure or shy about making an offer, then this is a low-risk way of throwing him a life-line and seeing what he does with it.

If he says ‘Oh I don’t have time for dates’, or makes any excuse, you simply say, ‘Ah…how dull’.  That lets you off the hook and it also teases him a little for his boring response!  Anyway, at least you’ve shown him you like him without being pushy and if he doesn’t like you enough (right now), to offer a date you can move on and work your magic with someone else.

You can be sure of one thing, you’ll be on his mind going forward.  Guys who turn girls down, sometimes do so because they get flustered and don’t know how to react.  You never know, he might realise you’re different from all those other girls who don’t know how to play the fun flirt game.

Remember this is a last resort approach.  It’s fine to do it quickly when in a text/chat only relationship online because you’ll weed out time-wasters.

Now, if he does bite the bullet…

…and texts something like, ‘Well I’ll take you out if you want’, then you’ll have to lean right back at this point and say something like, ‘Sounds lovely, let me know what you have in mind’.  

When you say that, you’re putting the ball back in his court and he now has to do the pursuing and the planning.  You’ve already done enough of the work, now it’s his turn.  Don’t make any suggestions about what to do or where to go.  If he says, ‘Well tell me where you want to go and we’ll arrange something’,  you say, ‘Well I feel it’s more exciting when the guy plans the date’.  Don’t let him force you into more masculine energy.

He might say, ‘Well let me know when you’re free and we’ll go out’.  This is a tricky statement because you don’t want to whip out your schedule and start spurting out dates and times you’re available.  You can simply say, ‘Well every week is different, but it would feel lovely to go out, let me know when you’re thinking and we’ll figure it out’.

You’re now slowing everything down…

…backing off and at the same time leading him forward with your open heart and warm words.

Be patient and don’t be tempted to text him asking if he’s thought of any date ideas.  He needs to text you either with an offer or to say something like, ‘Hey you owe me a date’. 

Go quiet on him until he does this.  You’re not playing games, you’re showing him you have standards.  You’ve given him a big chunk of energy by making your original move and he doesn’t get anything else until he starts showing effort.

If he doesn’t step up, let him go.

Now go and do it…you little minx! 

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Hope you enjoyed the post.

Happy Texting.

 

Linda B xoxo

Linda Bebbington is a Love Coach & Relationship Psychotherapist, helping women to find and keep true love.  She is the author of ‘Texting Secrets For Women’ and creator of ‘The Ex-Files, How To Get Your Ex Back’.  

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