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From what I am being told by a few on the other side of the gender divide it can be a real problem; especially on the job, or with vandalism if any kind of mild exchange goes on and the offender is mistaking it for eternal love.Giving out your number isn't a big deal..depending on your relationship.. "I've noticed that switching to texting from messaging has a high drop-off rate," she explains. I usually offer up my number pretty early on, because I single-shame myself and am too embarrassed to check the dating apps unless I am alone in my bedroom, which means I'm pretty much never replying to messages unless they are via text.That said, it makes sense that the stakes to actually plan a date with someone from Tinder are higher if the communication is kept to the app until the night of. Real life dates, however, require advanced planning.This is when you exchange numbers via the app in order to communicate more effectively about the IRL date you're trying to arrange.Still, this is 2017, and I think if you are up for tossing out your number to a match you don't want to see fade away, do it.
Another reason I go to different places to eat ect...
I know you can block numbers but still if someone is a jerk they usually have more than one number they can harass you from.
Some will take a F-off for a while but then drunk dial with some pitiful apology or tantrum when the next twelve have rejected them.
I couldn't stop thinking about how cute and funny he was, so I shot him my number.
On our first date, he told me he was impressed that I had sent it to him, because he just forgot to check the apps while he was traveling.
It's an app, and it's easy to forget to check back in with a stranger about how their Monday was.