’ For Britain’s 16 million singles, looking for love online is the norm.
Studies have suggested that anything between 35 and 50 per cent of all couples in the UK, now meet via the web.
This is especially important when a question is asked.It’s 2014, no one makes phone calls anymore — text messages come first, it’s just standard protocol.Having proper text etiquette is like making a good first impression, and you only get one shot to ignite a potential flame.From personal experience, I know texts can be misleading.Chemistry and banter while texting is calculated, and the person might not be nearly as amiable in person.If he proposed a fancy dinner or dinner and a movie, he’s not educated about Dating 2.0. The day before, he should be confirming via text or phone call. This is just good manners and helps to avoid the flake factor. A good flake (from either party) will involve a counter offer via voice or text. Tell him you’ll call him another time (you won’t) or ignore the text. If those aren’t accurate, your first date could be very brief.