Absolutely not. If you make your text short, meaningful and convincing, every body would like it . But when you approach someone for the same thing a number of times and send repeated texts, you are going to get irritating response and you may be fired as well for the nonsense action on your part. Texting short and purposeful is always welcome.
Turn off your phone. That is exactly what I would do if it were to happen.
I'm not huge fan of texting so I wouldn't have to worry about what they would do. People text you because they don't want to talk to you.
At my age "real friends" and family members call each other to talk.
If someone were texting me excessively I'd probably tell them stop or block their number. At some point it becomes a form of harassment.
Well, your first cue will be that they either stop answering altogether or only answer with noncommittal okay's and emoticons.
I would block the person. That is what I would do. Or ask them not to text me anymore...or ignore them.
Honestly, when someone text me I tried my best to promptly response him. Now what otherside do, it depends upon the nature of text and your relation with him.
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