Web Toolbar by Wibiya
 
 
 

GL PROFILES

More Friends = More Fun

 
 

GL
Tweets !

1 HOURS AGO Literally the only sandal you need this season: http://t.co/TuupMqXZt6

2 HOURS AGO This clever video reminds us that cyberbullying is so not cool: http://t.co/ciPpDtIypK

3 HOURS AGO #DailyGiveaway! 1 cutie snags Gold Bow Accent Loafers from @ssekodesigns: http://t.co/6XFvriF02f

 

sponsored links

Is it weird to ask a guy for his pic through texting?


 
 
His Answer: “That is very much on a case by case basis. Personally, I don’t think it’s weird, but I will most likely never send pics to anyone, unless I am with the girl. It’s not for some reason like parents screeching about safety or whatever, I just feel like a tool. Not saying that guys that do it are tools, I just personally feel like one.” – Drew T., 17
 
Decoded: It totally depends on the sitch. If you have been dating for a while, it’s absolutely fine to ask for a pic of your BF. I’d want a cute little reminder of how cute my BF is whenever I flip open my phone, too.  But your crush you hardly talk to? That could freak him out a little bit. Not to mention sending pics via text can be kinda scary. You never know who could be looking at them and it could make your guy a little uncomfortable.
 
Your Move: Personally, I’d ask for a printed pic of my BF to put in my wallet or on my binder instead, but it’s okay to ask for him to text you one too. Just be careful that you aren’t making him feel too awkward.
 
 

BY HANNAH HICKLEN ON 2/15/2013 9:00:00 AM

POSTED IN , , , , , ,

< PREVIOUS   NEXT >   
comments powered by Disqus
X
 
Are you good at keeping secrets?


 
 
Are you and your guy meant to be? Select your sign first then his to find out if the stars see love in your future!
YOU
YOUR CRUSH

Score a bouquet of books with our Spectacular Spring Reads giveaway

 

Looking for some amazing new titles to start your spring off right? Check out our guide to the best books of the season and you could win! 

CLICK HERE to enter.

 
Posts From Our Friends

sponsored links