These different ways tell you if a guy likes you through texting. If you don’t have to wait more than a few minutes for a reply from him, then he likes you.
Most guys—at least most of them in my own experience—aren’t as big into texting as girls are.
Guys aren’t huge on using emojis just to get a point across… If he’s sending wink emojis, heart eyes, or even the heart emoji in general, then he likes you.
By sending emojis he’s trying to be obvious about the fact that he likes you without actually saying so.
He does this so you don’t think he’s needy or annoying.
[Read: 12 common texting habits of girls that push guys away] #9 He initiates the texting conversations. If he’s seeking you out, it’s because he likes you.
Why is it so hard to know someone’s feelings through texting?
There’s a reason you don’t know how he feels based on his texts alone.
He values your opinion and thoughts on his situation and is comfortable enough with you to let you see his more vulnerable side. [Read: Texting etiquette: 20 unwritten rules of savvy flirting] #15 He says he likes you. So many girls just don’t take it seriously because it was “over a text.” He might just make a comment like, “I like you, you’re funny,” and you may not even realize how serious he is about it.
Guys don’t pay attention to those certain details without a reason.
If he’s asking about your life goals, it’s because he wants to know if you two are in sync. If you wake up to a “good morning” text from him, then it’s almost certain that he likes you.
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