Not every conversation is equal. Some are much more flirtatious than others.
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London Dating - It’s Time to Start Chatting
Whilst most people online start the conversation by sending a wink or a message (messages get a much better response rate), a great way to go from there is to do some online chatting. It’s the fastest way of finding out if you can have a conversation together that you both enjoy.
Of course, some people will prefer calling someone straight away as opposed to chatting, whilst others detest phone calls. It’s a personal thing. It’s also a matter of convenience - sometimes when you are cooking, it’s not so easy being on the phone…but you still want to flirt! Chat rooms, or text messages, are ideal for this.
Some people, when meeting someone online, also don’t want to give out their number till they “have a feel for the person” meaning they might prefer to start in a chat room. In real life we Londoners usually give out our phone number only after speaking with someone for a while. That said, some people can’t write/chat to save their lives and their real charm will only be felt once you speak with them or meet them in real life.
Chatting v.s. the Real World in London
Will you always feel the same about a person in real life that you do when chatting? No.
You could say that someone’s true nature comes through when speaking or writing (chatting), but that’s not necessarily the case. Whilst a lot of us share more openly in writing (hiding behind a screen and all that), it doesn’t show how we live our lives. We might be able to convey our thoughts, flirtatious nature and so forth, but that’s our view of the world. Other people may perceive us differently to how we perceive ourselves.
In writing you can’t hear someone’s voice, see the way they react when things happen, watch how they treat the waitress (ahem) and feel if there’s any physical chemistry.
In a similar way we won’t get to know someone after a five minute chat at a London pub. Often, deucedly, we think that we know if we are attracted to someone after five minutes, but that’s a very surface level attraction. This is also why we say everyone deserves two dates after you meet them online - during the first meeting you’re adjusting to their real life self, there might be nerves and so forth. The second time around is more relaxed.
Have fun online. Flirt. Then set up a date so you get to meet!