A short yet thoughtful text message can put a smile on someone’s face and make their day much better. Add a flirty note to the text, and you can spice up the recipient’s otherwise uneventful day. If you want to break the ice with a guy you have just exchanged numbers with, tell your boyfriend or husband that you love him and are thinking of him, or get him excited for the evening ahead, a simple text message is sometimes all you need.
If you’re looking for ideas, here you’ll find 13 excellent text messages for that special guy in your life.
- Hey you!
This is a classic conversation starter that works every time. Add a winking face emoji at the end, and you have a flirty text that could take the rest of the conversation in a very different direction.
- Good morning, handsome!
What better way to start a day than by sending positive wishes to someone you like? Plus, you’re paying them a compliment (“handsome”) that early in the day, thus ensuring they’ll get up on the right foot.
- You were phenomenal last night.
No matter how confident he seems to be, every guy loves to hear that his partner is happy with his performance. Tell it to him early in the morning, and he’ll be smiling all day.
- I can’t stop thinking about you, thank you for a wonderful night.
This is a slightly milder version of the previous text, but it still conveys a similar message. Plus, the fact that you have spent hours thinking about the guy is sure to give him a major confidence boost.
- I just woke up and here you are – already on my mind.
Whether you have only met the guy last night or have already spent a night with him, just knowing that you’re thinking about him from the moment you wake up is sure to make him feel great.
- Hey, what are you doing? I just got out of the shower…
Your guy’s lunch break is about to begin, so why not ask him what he’s up to and mention what you’re doing at the moment? You never know, his plans might suddenly change…
- Hey, where have you been hiding?
If after a day or two of inactivity he suddenly decides to send you a message, this is a perfect way to show him that you’re happy he finally reached out to you without coming across as too desperate.
Prelude to Sexting
- Hmmm, help me decide – red bra or black bra?
This is about as flirty as it can get and an obvious prelude to sexting, ideal for a slow afternoon. Attach photos of yourself wearing the two bras and there’s no way for the guy to misinterpret the signals.
- I’m bored, send me a picture!
Add a winking smiley at the end, and you have as obvious a prelude for sexting as any. If the guy doesn’t understand your cue (highly unlikely, but you never know), follow it up with “You send me yours, I’ll send you mine”.
- What are you wearing?
If you’re uncomfortable exchanging photos, the good old “What are you wearing?” almost always does the trick. It worked on rotary phones and early online chat rooms, so why shouldn’t it work for smartphone sexting?
Making Plans for the Evening
- When you get home, you better be ready!
What better way to help a guy get through a boring day at work than by promising him a memorable night right afterward? You’ll boost his morale and motivate him to work faster and better.
- I have some plans for us tonight. You just lie back and relax.
The promise of an exciting evening certainly makes it easier to get through another dull day at work. Send this message around lunchtime to reenergize your guy and help him beat the “afternoon slump”.
- I had an R-rated dream about you. Can’t wait to tell you all about it tonight.
If you wanted to get the guy you like excited about your upcoming date, a message like this is sure to do the trick. Plus, with a whole day’s worth of buildup, he is sure to be in his element come evening.
Over to You
Depending on the effect you want to achieve, one or more of these messages will sure come in handy the next time you want to send something heartfelt or provocative to your boyfriend, husband, or just a guy you like. And if you do send him one of these texts, leave us a comment to tell us how he responded.
Do you have other text message ideas to send to a guy you like? Share your favorites in the comments below!
Los Angeles may be glamorous, San Francisco may be relaxed, New York might be a wonder to behold, but none of these are the capital of the United States of America. As far as capitals go, there aren’t many that scream “authority,” “pride,” and “freedom” as loud as Washington, DC does.
You have probably already visited the Capital on one of your school trips, but you can rest assured that you haven’t experienced it properly. Visiting this inspiring city again will land you with fantastic and breathtaking photos. These fantastic breathtaking photos, however, aren’t much without a unique, attention-grabbing caption. Here you’ll find some good examples to get you inspired.
Let’s start off with the most obvious photo choice in DC. The White House is considered pretty much the center of power in the United States, but visually, it is truly vast, beautiful, and, you know, white. Getting a good shot of this glorious manor won’t be easy, though. The security around it is expectedly tight and won’t let you come closer unless you have a press pass.
Naturally, the White House instills respect and inspires patriotism, so these are clearly the vibes you should be going for in your captions. Think “The United States,” “The President,” and “The American Flag.”
White House Caption Ideas
- “Behold, the most important American flag in the whole world.”
- “Even though it’s almost completely white, this place inspires the red-white-and-blue.”
- “Such a weird feeling, knowing that the President is probably somewhere in there, walking around in his bathrobe.”
- “200 years now this has been standing. Still truly amazing, even in the 21st century.”
United States Capitol
Commonly referred to as the “Capitol Building,” the United States Capitol is home to the US Congress and is the seat of the US Federal Government legislative branch. Like the White House, the Capitol was completed somewhere around the beginning of the 19th century, but it was expanded later on.
If the White House was all about patriotism, the Capitol Building exudes authority. The general caption feels that you should aim to encompass here is that of respect and, of course, patriotism.
United States Capitol Caption Ideas
- “I wonder how many life-or-death decisions that concern the entire globe have been made here. My head’s spinning just thinking about it.”
- “There is something about that dome that instills respect. Did you know that it was added half a century after the Capitol was built, in 1800?”
- “There is no way of telling how beautiful the dome is from the inside, from the outside. You simply have to experience it yourself.”
Simple as they are, the aesthetics of the Washington Monument are also very sleek and refined. This obelisk that commemorates the founding father of the United States, George Washington, is quite a beauty to behold. What you may not know is that the Washington Monument is both the world’s tallest obelisk and the world’s tallest structure predominantly made of stone.
The general caption feels that you want to stick with here is, of course, respect and patriotism, but also the record-breaking facts from above, which will engage your readers and provide them with useful content.
Washington Monument Caption Ideas
- “Did you know that the Washington Monument is not only the world’s tallest obelisk, but also the world’s tallest stone structure? Standing next to it, you can really feel its awesome stature.”
- “The Washington Monument was built a couple of decades after the White House and the Capitol Building. Hard to imagine Washington, DC without it today.”
- “So simple and basic, yet so powerful. The Washington Monument might not look like it, but it truly does make a powerful statement.”
The Lincoln Memorial is perhaps the biggest tourist attraction in the entire National Mall. Constructed roughly a century after the Capitol Building and the Washington Monument, it is known for its Greek Doric outlook, especially for its huge pillars. One of the things it is most famous for, however, is for being the place where Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his famous “I Have a Dream” speech.
The focus here isn’t as authoritative and sturdy as was the case with other examples. Here, freedom is the key word, as Lincoln was an essential figure in abolishing slavery.
Lincoln Memorial Caption Ideas
- “It’s weird, but at the time I took this photo, I could vividly imagine Martin Luther King’s speech. The words ‘I have a dream’ were literally echoing in my mind.”
- “There’s nothing as peaceful as looking at the Lincoln Memorial from across the Reflecting Pool, during sunset. So serene and beautiful.”
- “Walking between the mighty pillars to look at the stunningly huge Lincoln statue cannot be described in word or picture. This is a shot I’m quite proud of, though.”
Capturing Washington, DC
Of course the Capital isn’t only about historic, important buildings, but these are the sites that you’re definitely going to visit on your excursion to DC.
Washington, DC has a unique, clean, sleek vibe all over, even away from the buildings highlighted in this article. It stands tall and proud as an example for all of the world’s capitals.
Have you ever been to DC? If so, you must have snapped at least a few cool photos. Share them along with your best DC-inspired captions in the comments section below.