You could be calling a whole bunch of women too, but the nerve-racking and personal nature of a call makes this much less likely.
And some of the Gen Y and Gen X are ok about, but gravely weak.As you can see, there really are two sides of the coin when it comes to whether you should call or text to ask a woman out.For the old school gentleman, it may be easy to dismiss texting as a wimpy, impersonal, new-fangled technology not fit for such communications.But it's not just women or singles who deal with text message misinterpretations, confusion, stress, and assumptions, plenty of people in relationships get caught up in decoding text messages, or worse, engage in text fights."This is one of the biggest relationship pitfalls that I hear about in my practice," Laura L.Ryan, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a Certified Imago Therapist in Austin, Texas tells Bustle."The way I explain it to couples is that most intimate to least intimate communication ranks like this: 1) Face-to-face conversation, 2) Face Time, 3) Written letter, 4) Email, 5) Instant message or text."But texting is just so convenient, right?