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Save conversations that require multiple sentences for an in-person conversation. In the same way you would want someone to be patient with you if you were busy, let the party on the other end of the phone answer when ready.
Phineas: This is one of the classic etiquette things that never go out of style — the day-after, thank-you call. It shows interest and need not be anything more than that.
It doesn’t have to be “Thank you, you rescued me from my life of loneliness.” Merely, “Thank you, I had a lovely time,” and create a springboard for future plans with “maybe we should do this again sometime.” Phineas: Again, that’s another classic etiquette move which is never amiss.
But if it really doesn’t fit your personality, I wouldn’t force it into your repertoire.
Texting is appropriate when you’re setting the time for your plan, making the plan itself, or even confirming a date the day before.
Mastering the art of the perfect text can take some time, but with practice you’ll be on your way.