Go get a calendar already!
to see who will meet you, who’ll still be around.
And each time you try, but you’re never quite sure
Whether words, people, or silence will abound.
But the flux capacitor makes you speed
Towards something so bright, so grand you concede
To the light, to the flow, to the deep water
where you are safe, the waves a chronometer.
Wisdom breeds humility, not bitterness.
Consider: you are not the center of all.
Mercy over sacrifice, I’ll acquiesce.
But different natures will slow you down, stall
progress you have made to make you youier,
Take you down, knock out the wind and make you crawl.
But this is rough, trench warfare has no chauffer;
Everyday is a battle for your mind, will,
And emotions. Don’t get off track. Don’t detour
The main road. For narrow is the way that still
Takes you in the right direction. Do you know
That no matter what you choose, it’s your free will
In the end, causes you to stay or to go
Higher than you’ve ever been; or down below.
Yes, we all text. Texting is not inherently bad, by any means. But you if you want to woo a pretty girl, don’t do it!
You need to call the girl. You need to hear her voice, and she needs to hear your voice. If she doesn’t like your voice, texting won’t save you, because she’ll have to hear you speak if you ever go out with her.
Plus, there are so many ways people can misconstrue text messages. If a text message is misunderstood, you’ll just have to call and apologize anyway.
Here are just a few things people miss out on in text messages, all of which can make a girl feel better (or worse, be careful) about you: 1) pitch 2) volume 3) rate 4) quality 5) intonation 6) vocalized pauses. For example, she will be able to understand your sarcasm because of your pitch and intonation. Or, she can get you’re SUPER EXCITED to see her again, because you sound happy and slightly nervous.
Texting has its uses. It’s not all bad. But if you are trying to date someone, just call them. In the end, calling just means “I like you so much, I’m calling just to hear your voice.” And that realization will make anyone feel good.