The Suspenders Rule: You must be willing to wear suspenders, should your girl of choice ever demand it. Never push her to do something she doesn't want, or give her orders.
This just falls within the laws of chivalry, dude—go out of your way to make her happy. If you don't like her when she's squealing like a fangirl, give up now.
But if you’re going to get her to change her mind (and get her to start texting you), you’ve got to stay engaged.
Now, a great way to make sure you keep things light in your texts to girls is by using emoticons. Plus, they ensure that she won’t take what you say out of context.When it comes to texting a girl you just met, one tiny mistake can ruin everything.It can be helpful then, to have a set of rules for texting girls that will keep you from slipping up.The point is you don’t always know what’s going on in a girl’s head, so there’s no point in assuming the worst.And even if you’re right and she isn’t interested at that moment, that doesn’t mean she won’t change her mind.Trying to have a serious conversation over text is exhausting and nobody likes doing it.So keep the serious “let’s-get-to-know-each-other” conversations to live interactions.The Reasonable Intelligence Rule: A you have to be able to tell when your girl is being sarcastic, and when she's not. (Credit for this rule goes to , and many others.) The Geek Rule: Never date a fake geek.Properly dateable boys must like at least one of the following: Harry Potter, the Hunger Games, John Green, A Very Potter Musical, Dr. (This rule came from basically every girl out there, but especially , you should NEVER, ever, ever make mean, rude, or insensitive comments when a girl breaks into song.says it is a basically a bad idea to date Voldemort, or anyone without a nose. The Disney Rule: Never make fun of a girl for watching Disney movies. And it's a problem that you certainly shouldn't voice. Especially if that girl happens to be: If you don't like what you see when she's not wearing make up, then that's your problem.