Episode 92 – The Creative Evolution Of Text Messaging, And Lots Of Bisous

Co-Host Claudia Cox

Co-Host: Claudia Cox

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Have you ever noticed that all advice about texting women has started sounding the same? Tell her she’s a ‘troublemaker’. Give her a nickname. Don’t send lame, generic messages like, ‘Hey, how are you doing?’

There’s been nothing new for years, it seemed.

Then, along came my co-host Claudia Cox, and ever since we’ve enjoyed an all-new wellspring of creative texting genius.

What…you aren’t in on the secret yet? Well, you will be as soon as you finish listening to this epic episode. Claudia gives you simple but crazy smart ideas on how to separate yourself from the herd of other guys with just one simple message.

Then, she drops brilliant new secrets that’ll make women absolutely adore you…all with the power of your smartphone.

For good measure, I’ll share with you the undisputed greatest moment in my own personal texting history…which led directly to my kissing Emily for the very first time.

Best of all, you’re about to be treated to the most laughter-infused episode of all time. Claudia is all about having fun, and it’s abundantly clear she truly loves men also. That, of course, makes her our favorite kind of female guest around here.

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3 thoughts on “Episode 92 – The Creative Evolution Of Text Messaging, And Lots Of Bisous

  1. Hello, I would just like to say: I felt quite uncomfortable with your constant “flirting” and please keep it mature in future – sorry and thanks for the useful pointers.

    1. Hello Brendon, I’m thrilled you got useful info from the show.

      But I have to address the whole idea of flirting being immature. Remember, flirting is nothing more than relating to MOTOS in a way that’s decidedly different than how one would relate to someone of the same sex (assuming heterosexuality here, for the sake of clarity). I’m not exactly sure which part of flirting you find immature, but rest assured women NEVER “grow up” from wanting to be playful and having fun. Unfortunately, one of the major pitfalls for guys on dates is being too serious, as if the entire world is at stake and they’d better not misstep.

      Perhaps ironically, I’d argue that being brilliant at flirting is a learned skill that involves a measure of social maturity.

      I’d also offer that the subject matter of this particular episode (i.e. texting) is particularly well suited to playful flirtation. Therefore, I’m rather sure a straight-laced show about it would have fallen flat.

      All of that said, give the show immediately after this one a listen. Contrary to all of my blathering above, relatively speaking it’s a more mature, serious and dare I say downright erudite episode in comparison. Derek’s obviously a different person than Claudia, and the beauty of hosting a podcast like TCW is SO much of how it flows depends on the guest. Actually, the show BEFORE this one with David Murrow is pretty serious as well.

      1. Definitely nothing wrong with the flirting in this episode. I see the pattern in which you speak to men and the way you speak to women and I see that’s something with me as well, but not as masterfully yet. As for the information in the episode, this was very good. I’m sure women who are older than me (I’m almost 22) use texting a lot, however women around age are all about that. Being able to know how to do so in a fun, flirty and grown up way is important. Great show and really gives me stuff to work on.

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