Sometimes a blogger will respond with some kisses, but I never knew what to make of it. To a degree, I could empathise, as Sally was a bit of a…. Well this is the same thing, just only in a text. The amount doesn't really matter much here, but I mostly sent three at a time xD A girl once sent me this: XxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxXxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxXxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxXxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxXxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx I take it that's good? The Psychology This innate ability to over-analyse is predominately used to protect ourselves from getting hurt. Echoing many of the other answers here, it is a form of a friendly sign off or endearment.
Do you love or like them less? I believe that this can resonate with some of you out there. Nobody wants to be constantly firing out kisses but never getting any back, like someone with halitosis and a built-up shoe. The absence of text is not a personal reflection, and who knows, maybe they did come down with a tropical disease, after all! Phase Five: Content Analysis Geez, when did texting become so complicated? Not the one that marks the spot on a treasure map, or the one that ends the words box and fox, but the little mark of appreciation you put at the end of a text or an email to denote a kiss. As the bottle went pop, and out ran a dishevelled marine, her needs were no longer being met and therefore she longed for that feeling again. Being the complex human-beings we are, we have this innate ability to over-analyse things.
But if you are a guy that I like and facncy then you don't get X unless you give me X Cause I don't want to freak them out! I think you can only attatch excess meaning to multiple kisses, for example if a girl puts xxxxx at the end then it just gets a bit wiered! Choose wisely with work emails now accounts for the vast majority of correspondence at work, so your style matters. As human beings, we all fear rejection. I really enjoyed writing this one…. Our heart starts to thump erratically and we have found that smile once again. I know alot of girls just do that no matter if its their friends, mum or anyone.
Some people find it hard not to pour their emotions into their text messages. Of course, there gets to a point when there is an adequate amount, 3 messages worth of kisses would be taking it a step too far! The Psychology So, for those of you who received a text — Great! If you need more, and sometimes you do, perhaps when reassuring or being pass-agg, you need somewhere to go. You will not know if you like a person or not if you do not give them a chance. I guess, we both need to chill the heck out! Special thanks to Amanda for writing this treasure. I'd like for the majority of answers to men just so i know, but women feel free to answer too with your opinions: Okay so, i don't wanna be judged on the age different or whatever, this isnt about that. Stressing out over it will just make you go gray early in life.
And then wait for them to do it first. Never more than two kisses One is best. The number you place at the end of your missive is another minefield. As she experienced the pain of rejection once over, she felt as empty as the bottle lying next to her. It can become quite political also. Follower her on Twitter and surprise her with lots of new people.
My ex text me when drunk last weekend, checking on how I was in a friend way and since then the kisses on the ends of his texts have risen, help? Too many explanation marks looks lame and infantile. Now, Sally had a thing for marines. Tagged as: , Question - 3 June 2011 10 Answers - Newest, 4 June 2011 A female age 22-25, anonymous writes: What is it with men and putting kisses on the end of texts? Because increasingly, straight men are doing just that. We smile from ear to ear as we nervously pick up the phone. A female reader, , writes 3 June 2011 : I know i'm a girl but I think your question is interesting. That is her way of kissing you when you both are apart.
If you're chatting with one person a lot by text the number of messages can be amazingly large hundreds per month so it's worth looking into. Strikes me as very girly. Phase Four: The Kiss-o-meter How many kisses? Does he not love me anymore? You know like someone blowing a kiss, one would catch that kiss in the air and hold onto it. Isn't it great that straight men can show each other love and express their in small, subtle ways? He recently moved out and he's single he's not with anyone. Kisses are just about permissible in a private email to a colleague or contact who has become a genuine friend.
Some people really do take notice of the amount of Xs they are getting. My husband knows only too well if he gets a message like this…. So, before you get too disheartened, take into account that every individual is different. What if they left it off by mistake? Two is just about acceptable, depending on precise context. Yes it definitely means something if she is putting that many kisses in a text. Not even a marine in a bottle! Jabbed with my sausage fingers — carefully going into lowercase — only to press send before I realise that x is actually a c and now I look stupid, with doughy digits to boot.