When you're exploring a new relationship, the last thing you want to do is ponder how it might end, though that's exactly why we're often advised to keep our work life and personal life separate.
You have a moment in there to send a quick message. You would think that this doesn’t need to be said, but it does.And although there are some boundaries that shouldn't be broken, more than two-thirds of young singles think it is acceptable to use your mobile phone when on a date and nearly a third of people would snap a selfie with a date.It seems showing your date photos on your phone is fine too with nearly half of single Australians admitting that they are okay with it.We can’t stress enough how much poor grammar and spelling mistakes are an online dating no-no. Unless someone asks you for a photo of your Cyprian scepter or aphrodisiacal tennis court, as they called it in the 1600s, don’t send unsolicited sexts.And the stats that prove it are shocking — including 48% of singles polled consider this a dealbreaker and poorly written messages are four times more likely to be flagged as fraud. It’s unbelievably rude, and you’re just opening yourself up to having the person talk about your junk with their friends.It’s even more tempting to take shortcuts and loosen up on your manners when you’re texting than when you’re emailing, but resist the urge as much as possible. Stick to the straightforward ones for now, like the smiley face, until you get to know each other’s humor.