The rules of dating tend to change with the inclusion of new technology and pop culture. Traditional methods of flirtation are not easily translatable into modern tactics and lose their effectiveness. As a result, the advice from older generations is not always translatable or practical when someone younger tries to act on it.
Flirting with a girl through something like text messages also come with an entirely different, and often very complicated, set of rules. Misinterpretation is common and some things cannot be simply typed out.
To help make things simpler, here are some of the best examples of flirty text messages to send to a girl. These examples are split into different categories, based on the time of day that you’re texting. Also included are some guidelines to make sure that things go well for both of you.
Flirty Text Messages to Send to a Girl in The Morning
If you’re sending flirty texts in the morning, you want to give her something that will help her start off her day with a smile. A fairly standard way to begin some of those texts is to include something like “Good morning beautiful!” It can stand on its own or be followed up with “I can’t wait to see you” or “I was thinking of you” or something like that. Starting off with something simple is always a good idea because you can always build up from there.
The first text you send in the morning should prompt conversation. Open questions are always a good choice. Even if they do not always come across as flirtatious, they can at least get the ball rolling for the day and provide an in to send a flirty text later on. Be patient with morning wake-up texts, especially since not everyone is a morning person and some have a lot to do when they first get up. You can add an emoji to your texts to make your meaning a little clearer, like a smiley or winking face.
Text Messages to Send to her During The Day
Texts sent during the day can also be applied and modified for any time. Sending her a message like “Thinking of you” is a good option. You can also bring up things that you’ve done together or want to do together. “You looked amazing last night” “I can’t wait to see you later” or even “What are you wearing tonight?” if you have a date later could all work in your favor. One thing that you may want to consider is texting her about things that you come across that remind you of her. “I’m listening to this song about meeting a beautiful woman and I couldn’t help but think of you” could work, so long as you have an appropriate song to name should she ask for the title.
Flirtatious texts during the day can also come in the form of questions; part of flirting is learning about the person in the hopes of dating them. Ask her where she likes to go and then follow up with something along the lines of “Why don’t we check it out together this [day]?” Bring up things she likes, make her laugh, and compliment her; you want to get and hold her attention without being possessive about it. Also hold off on overdoing it, as it might send the wrong message to her—someone who’s able to text all day might have no life and be boring. It could also come off as creepy or clingy if you send a lot during the day.
Messages to Send to a Girl For The Night
Flirtatious texts at night, especially before going to bed, are often sent to get the other person thinking about you at the end of the day. Being flirty as you wish her good night often works; something like “I’ll be dreaming of you tonight” or “Sweet dreams gorgeous.” Texts that talk about what you’re doing and wishing she was there with you can also be a good idea, such as “All snuggled up in bed, wish you were here.” Talking about being in bed or thinking about someone in bed, regardless of how innocent it is, is a pretty standard flirting technique.
You can also mention things that the two of you did during in the day or bring up something she mentioned earlier and use it as a pathway to make plans for the next day. “I can’t wait to see you at [place]” or “What are you doing tomorrow?” could work. When you’re texting at night, remember to have a text that sends an obvious end for the conversation—at least until the next day. Adding a term of endearment after “Good Night” can work if you can’t think of anything or if you’re both too tired to pick up on something subtle.