- How do you respond to what’s up in a flirty way?
- How do you reply to what’s up message?
- What is the best reply of Wassup?
- How do you reply to what’s good?
- When a girl says what’s up?
- Do guys say hey you to be flirty?
- What does Wassup mean in text?
- How do you respond to Hey what’s up on tinder?
- What do you say to a wassup?
- What can I text instead of whats up?
- What should I reply after thanks?
- How guys text a girl they like?
- Is saying whats up rude?
How do you respond to what’s up in a flirty way?
Flirty Responses to “How Are You”I feel all the better now that you asked me.Everything is fine with you around.Right now, I’m on my way to paving a path to your heart.I’m single and ready to mingle.
Thank god you finally noticed me.
I have never been so strong.
How is your favorite person doing today?.
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How do you reply to what’s up message?
As a greeting: “What’s up?” or here (West Midlands of England) commonly just “sup” is a general greeting, you can response with answers like “Not much”, “Nothing”, “Alright” etc. In this context, the response is just a return of the greeting, or a confirmation that all is going normally.
What is the best reply of Wassup?
Folks the answer to wassup is “nothing much”, please don’t say any of the stuff like fan, sky, ceiling. That’s plain stupid and reflects poorly on the one saying it more than anyone else. I figured I had to write this answer coz everyone thinks it’s cool to say stupid stuff, no it’s not, it’s plain stupid.
How do you reply to what’s good?
The most common answer to what’s up is “I am fine, thank you, what about you?” The person who is asking this is enquiring about your well being at that very moment. Life is good.
When a girl says what’s up?
“What’s Up” in text jargon is something of a catch-all. Next time, respond to her. Tell her what you’re doing, then ask what she’s doing. See if she’s doing anything you’re interested in, or try to tell if you’re doing anything she’s interested in.
Do guys say hey you to be flirty?
To answer your question, no, nothing is wrong with saying “hey you.” It’s cute and flirty, so either he didn’t see your message, or he lost interest for no apparent reason, which is very very common in online dating.
What does Wassup mean in text?
what’s going on or happeninginterjection Slang. what’s going on or happening; what’s up (used as a greeting).
How do you respond to Hey what’s up on tinder?
The simplest way to respond to “hey” is to say “hey” back. If you want to meet or date the person, you could say something more such as “How are you?” or “What’s up”. First of all, “Hey” is not the best way to start a conversation by text message or on a dating app such as Tinder or Bumble.
What do you say to a wassup?
this can either be translated as “Hey”, “Hey, what are you up to”, or “How is it going?”. Any similar response is acceptable. “Not much, you?” or even just “Hey” is fine. They are simply leading to initiate a conversation, I wouldn’t overthink the context of the wassup.
What can I text instead of whats up?
Cool Ways to Say Hi to SomeoneHow are you doing?How have you been?What’s sizzling?How do you do?Howdy! (This is actually an informal greeting that is short for “How do you do?”)What’s going on?What’s new?Whazzup? (Just a word play on the regular “What’s up?” greeting.)More items…•Jun 13, 2019
What should I reply after thanks?
10 English Phrases for Responding to “Thank You”You’re welcome.No problem.No worries.Don’t mention it.My pleasure.Anytime.It was the least I could do.Glad to help.More items…
How guys text a girl they like?
Guys use emojis for two main reasons. If he is using emojis at the end of his messages, he’s trying to keep the convo alive by keeping you interested. They will also use emojis to make things less awkward. It’s a way of saying he likes you, without typing “I like you”. He might send you a Heart or a Kissy Face emoji.
Is saying whats up rude?
It’s a way of telling someone else to get the conversation off and running. It also implies that you’re asking for personal details of where they’ve been, what they’ve been doing, etc. Actually, I suppose on that count it could also be considered rude, yes.