You just met a new girl and you’re wondering what the best way to strike up a conversation over text is… Discover the single BEST way to start a text conversation with a girl, and what to AVOID so you don’t blow it.
Now you’re sitting there on your phone staring at a blank screen, wondering what the best way to start a text conversation with her is.
Discover the single best way to start a conversation over text that she is going to enjoy having, and what to do to avoid being another boring guy who is just another text messaging pest.
How To Start A Text Conversation With A Girl
Text Messaging MYTH:
The way you start a conversation with a girl via text is the same way you would start a conversation in person.
The way you communicate over text is fundamentally different than the way you communicate in person, because over text you just have words.
Whereas in person the majority of your communication is conveyed non-verbally through body language, facial expressions, vocal tonality etc.
This means that the way you’re going to communicate over text is fundamentally different to the way you communicate in person… because without the non-verbal communication aspects to a conversation, MOST text conversations lack any emotional power, and as a result any significance to a girl.
And triggering a range of emotions is the KEY to getting any girl.
So what does this mean?
The first biggest behavior to cut out is exchanging pleasantries and engaging in small talk conversation over text.
They’re just too BORING when sent in a text message…
Asking her what’s up…
Tell her you hope she got home safe…
Asking her how her day was today…
This “small-talk” conversation over text is pointless, simply because it doesn’t cause her to feel any kind of EMOTION besides boredom… it doesn’t move the interaction forward.
Plus, this kind of conversation also requires her to put a lot of thought and effort into her response.
When you ask her something as vague as “what’s up?” you’re giving her nothing to go off, and there’s any number of things she could say…
Typically she’ll just put her phone away and think “I’ll answer that later” (which she won’t), because you’re putting to much of the burden on her.
She doesn’t want to have to think very hard about her response to you…
So what do you do instead?
You need to give her enough information/emotion in the text so she will be able to instantly respond to something funny, interesting or dramatic you’ve just said.
Remember, she doesn’t want to have to THINK about her response.
And you do this by starting the text in the MIDDLE of a conversation, rather than a meek attempt to start a conversation from nothing.
In order to spike her emotions and actually get an interested response with this girl, you NEED to limit your text messages to only the interesting/dramatic aspects of conversation (and completely CUT all the boring small talk).
For example, you could say:
“I just had the best bacon and eggs of my life, hope your day is awesome too.”
What’s important here is that the opening line is interesting, kinda dramatic and over the top, and fun.
It’s not the typical, meek “hey, how ’s your day going?” she’s probably receiving from other guys.
You want to jump RIGHT into the conversation, and hit the ground running.
Even if she’s busy and she doesn’t respond, you doesn’t feel like she’s ignoring you with this message, you’re not giving her a burden to ignore.
Start your text conversations in the MIDDLE, at the part where is most fun/exciting/dramatic.
Ditch the awkward “hey whats up?” approach and start by jumping right into the stage where you’re comfortable talking to her.
While doing this will get you a long way in getting a good response from the girl, there are a few very common mistakes that 99% of guys make when texting a girl that INSTANTLY turn her off and literally force her to ignore you.
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