At the point when to content him: After a date
Standards are intended to be broken, isn't that so? There's no motivation to hold up days to reveal to him you had an awesome time. Send a speedy thank you, a return to an inside joke, or a follow-up to a prior discussion. Keep it quick and painless. Your content will tell him that you're intrigued. And after that leave the famous ball in his court.
At the point when to pause: The date finished
Except if there's motivation to send a content promptly — despite everything you have his coat over your shoulders and you need to return it before he drives off, for instance — give your date a touch of breathing room before you send him a brisk content. He may start contact in the following hour or somewhere in the vicinity. Give him a chance to process the date a bit. He may work up the nerve to send you a coquettish message. Or on the other hand he may feel a little unreliable about how the date went. (In the event that you feel he needs consolation, content him that you had an extraordinary time so he won't be anxious about approaching you out for a second date.) But in the event that you know the date went well, don't surge it.