” Maybe he wants to see Doobie Schwartz play his guitar at the coffee house and you have the calendar at home (well, you might actually just call them to find out) and you can text him the dates he will be performing later.
The place where you got that .99 oil change, the name of the book you read last year with some information he needs, the dates of the Uptown Art Festival, or the parks that will be having fireworks can all be reasons to get his number so you can text him later.
Either way, the person will only see your Burner number.
Lots of singles have had similar experiences, and most aren’t sure when, in general, is the right time to give out their phone number.Our experts and I are here to help clear up some of the confusion.Take this time to ask your potential date some questions, answer some questions yourself, and figure out if you’re truly into this person.You should also do a quick Google search to see what comes up when you type in his or her name.If you determine you’re no longer interested, it’ll be easier to let them down on the site or app.
Plus, if he or she starts harassing you, like that guy did with my friend, you can always block and report them to customer support.
If he isn’t picking up on any hints to ask for your number, find a reason to ask for his.
Maybe his family is coming over for dinner on the weekend and he doesn’t know how to cook very well.
Look for a hook in the conversation that you can latch on to.
Maybe he mentions a new sushi restaurant, a bar that’s starting free Happy Hour appetizers, the latest movie, a new exhibit at the science museum, or a great bruschetta at the coffee place.
Tell him you can text him your famous recipe for lasagna or pot roast when you get home.