Fun dating games for teenagers
Teens also flirt by sharing something funny or interesting with their crush online (46%) or sending flirtatious messages (31%).
Less popular flirting tactics include making their crush a music playlist (11%), sending flirty or sexy pictures or videos of themselves (10%) or making a video (7%). Nearly three-quarters (72%) of teen daters say they spend time texting with their partner daily.
Among teens who have had relationships, talking on the phone (39%) ranks second for everyday interactions, followed by instant messaging (29%), being together in person (21%), social media (21%) and messaging apps (20%).
Fewer teen daters interact daily with their romantic partner by video chatting, emailing or playing video games.
Obviously, certain questions are appropriate for different phases of a relationship.Teens often take steps to sever digital ties with their ex-partner after break-ups.Half (48%) of teen daters have deleted an ex-partner from their cellphone’s address book and 38% have untagged or deleted photos of themselves and a former significant other on social media, while a similar share (37%) have unfriended or blocked an ex on social media.You could set this up as a game and ask each other as many "favorites" type questions as possible within an allotted amount of time.Asking someone what their favorite things are, will give you a lot of information in a short amount of time, and it usually won't feel like you're prying (especially if you are both answering the questions). Before you launch into questions that could potentially have embarrassing answers, gauge how the other person is feeling.