How Each Zodiac Sign Texts Their Crush

How Each Zodiac Sign Texts Their Crush

Aries

You type out the first thing that pops into your head and press send without hesitating.

Taurus

You throw the phone across the room the second you press send, embarrassed.

Gemini

You send screenshots of your conversation to your friends and ask them to come up with a response for you.

Cancer

You ask them questions, let them vent to you, and barely talk about your own life.

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Leo

You purposely wait a certain amount of time to text them back to stop yourself from looking too eager.

Virgo

You take your time coming up with the perfect response, reread it three times, and delete everything.

Libra

You overthink every little thing they say to you and end up stressing yourself out more than you should.

Scorpio

You get too nervous and don’t end up texting back at all.

Sagittarius

You only text them when you’re drunk.

Capricorn

You talk to your crush the same exact way you would talk to anybody else.

Aquarius

Most of the time, you reply with gifs, emojis, and selfies.

Pisces

You reply instantly and commonly send double (or even triple) texts. Thought Catalog Logo Mark

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January Nelson is a writer, editor, and dreamer. She writes about astrology, games, love, relationships, and entertainment. January graduated with an English and Literature degree from Columbia University.

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