Now that everyone has a mobile phone, you can just about flirt anywhere you’d like. So if you’re missing the comfort of your crush or significant other, then follow our tips on how to flirt over text messages.
Less is more
Avoid sending him long serious messages. Instead, keep it short, playful and to the point. After all, the aim is that he writes back to you.
Keep the convo going
Instant messaging makes it so easy to keep your conversation going, so turn your flirty text to an ongoing convo by adding a bit of excitement to each message.
Think before you act
The good thing about messages is you can think about your reply before you send it so with a bit of thought you can lead the convo and get the answers you want to read.
If you want to spice things up, then be subtle about it. A ‘playful-naughty’ text leaves more to the imagination.
Don’t worry if he takes his time to reply, he could be busy. Wait until he writes back before sending another message.
It’s a common fact that the food we eat has a direct impact on how we feel. If you eat the right foods, you and your significant other will be more than ready to enjoy a romantic time between the sheets.
Celebrate at a French restaurant
When it comes to romance, you can’t go wrong when you chose anything French. In a French restaurant, you can enjoy clean seafood such as oysters, which are a well-known aphrodisiac.
Cook at home
Pop on your aprons and cook up a spicy Indian curry. If you add plenty of ginger, it will help boost circulation and leave you both with a sexy glow.
Leave room for dessert
When it comes to dessert, you can always get a good endorphin rush from dark chocolate. It has that feel-good factor that is a perfect way to end a romantic meal.
Don’t forget to splurge on some red wine – nothing gets us in the mood like a refreshing glass of red.
Kitchen appliances don’t exactly rank high on our wish list, but it looks like they’re what nearly a quarter of women are looking to get this Valentine’s day.
A poll showed that a juicer was listed as number one for a surprising number of women, followed by a coffee maker, which came in at second place.
The survey found that many women were opting for technology-based presents over the traditional chocolate and roses.
These aren’t exactly symbols of love, but relationship expert Amy Van Doren thinks that the most personal gifts get the best response because the show how much a man really knows about you.
“’Nothing says ‘I love you’ better than picking a gift that demonstrates, ‘I listen to you,'” she said.
So if you get a box of chocolates and a bunch of roses this year, you might want to re-evaluate the relationship you have with your ‘significant other’.