I can’t tell you how many emails I’ve received from coaching clients with a text conversation pasted in and the question: What do you think he means (aka WTF)????
You probably know the guy who texts once in a while as a kind of check in.
Lexar memory cards have been a staple of the storage industry for over 20 years, but that time seems to be coming to an end as parent company Micron announced earlier this week that it’s discontinuing retail operations.
According to Micron’s statement, the company is killing the retail memory division to focus on “increasing opportunities in higher value markets and channels.” However, Micron said that it’s also looking into possibly selling all or part of the Lexar brand, so it might not be the end of the line for Lexar flash drives and SD cards just yet.
But I’ll say it again, doing a bunch of texting first creates an unrealistic sense of connection.
If you want a little more, like a phone call first, it’s up to you to get off the texting treadmill and ask for what you want.
Take these tips from a Sugar Daddy into consideration before you join the Sugar bowl. Be very thoughtful about your pictures and profile.He tells you how much he likes you and even acts super interested in your life. He says how busy he is and how he’d really love to see you soon. If you haven’t met him yet and he’s texting to see if you can get together on short notice, don’t be flattered.He’s either impulsive or, more likely, using you as a back-up girl when his other plans fell through. A grownup guy who truly wants to know you will get the message and ask you out ahead of time.The official blog post mentions that Lexar will continue to offer support for the transition, so you’re covered for now when it comes to whatever flash storage-related woes you encounter.In the meantime, there’s always San Disk, Transcend, Kingston, and more.
Expecting him to move on to something more serious isn’t realistic. There are so many ways to know if a man is a serious guy who is interested in getting to know you. It’s a type of false connection that sets up incredibly unrealistic assumptions and expectations.