Do you call on the third day or do you wait three days and then call on the fourth day? To all singles; take that rule, and throw it out the window. Because every relationship is unique, every relationship moves at its own pace into a long term partnership.
First up is the ever persistent “3 day rule”, which frankly, deserves to be kicked to the kerb forever For anyone unsure (and lucky you if you are unsure) the “3 day rule” is apparently the number of days you should wait before calling someone you’ve been on a date with. Here are 3 really good reasons not to: No one likes a player.And if they do respond positively, do you really want to go out with someone who is seemingly needy enough to put their life on hold for three days, waiting for you to call?As well as annoying, or perhaps even hurting, the person you’re making wait around, you’re also wasting your own time.In the world of gay dating, the three-day rule is this: wait three days after your first date before you call.It seems simple enough, until you start to think about it. This isn’t one of those “sound at its core” pieces of dating lore, it’s utter nonsense and ought to be treated as such.If your date is more concerned with the number of days or hours you waited before phoning him, you’re well quit of him. So, if you’re looking for something to replace the three-day rule, here’s my tuppence: Text messages.