I thank my lucky stars that I wasn't single when it apparently became de rigeur to ask people out via text, like what Ginnifer Goodwin said she encounters.
I had an old-fashioned, caller-ID cell phone courtship (Yep, that's what's considered old-fashioned now).
But now that we're serious, I don't mind the "let's go out to eat" or "I love you" text or email; I don't demand phone calls for things I would have early in the relationship (is that problematic, Greg Behrendt?).
Maybe we're texters and emailers because we get plenty of face time at home, but it's interesting that we actually don't call each other that much. As big geeky smartphone people, who needs to pick up a phone?
But tell me; what kind of communication do you and your significant other most often share — texts, emails, calls — or are you even geekier, Twittering or Facebooking your plans and feelings?
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