However, recently a male of mine friend mentioned that his guy friend pokes him all the time, and that just killed that theory for me. In any case, there sure is a lot of flirting going on in the Facebook sphere.With friends of friends at your fingertips, who wouldn’t want to surf for dates or “open” relationships? One Poll.com, “Now social networking sites like Facebook and My Space have taken over as the dating hot spot with many singletons finding love online.This could come off a bit creepy, so don’t overdo it with your note.Be short, sweet and genuine and if the person is truly open to finding love through Facebook, you may get a response.Yes, even housewives have left their i Village chat rooms to join the Facebook ranks.Daniels tells a story of a guy who played 20 questions with a girl he found on FB. Remember the Seven Golden Rules of Flirty Text Messaging and you'll be blowing up their phones with witty, funny text messages that'll make them want to know you better. Here's the very worst one you can send: "Hey, what's up?" In fact, you're putting the burden of providing value on them.
Now when I plug it into my computer it says, "The Titanic Is Syncing." How could you not want to get to know that person better? Never, EVER send a second or third text if they haven't responded to your first. Sending additional texts will just reinforce the nagging feeling that you're not for them.
Sheep throwing was the most popular activity on FB for a while. When I updated my FB status asking friends to send me their thoughts on flirting, one man emailed me the following: “Good question!
I’m not sure, but if you wanna meet for a drink sometime then we could discuss it. It might not be for every one, but if the social networking age can actually help people connect in person and pop out a few babies, I’m all for it.
I’m just waiting for the “Born on Facebook” status.
Is there anything more nerve-wracking than coming up with a creative text message for somebody you're interested in? Interest, smiles, laughter, these are all values you can give to the other person on the line.