A new article in Men's Health says that men shouldn't send a "good morning" text to someone they are dating.
HUH? What on Earth is that even about?
Me? I think it is a super kind gesture and one that shouldn't go unnoticed. If someone does that, it means that they are thinking of you. You shouldn't be bothered by that at all.
The author went on to say things like:
"A 'good morning' text is the 2018 equivalent of a Facebook poke: lazy, unimaginative, and sometimes even creepy."
"If you’re trying to communicate that the person you’re texting is on your mind, you can say just that: "thinking about you" (or “tbu”, if you're in a rush). It's sweet, simple, and to the point. An even better idea is to text an inside joke, an emoji, a meme, or a link to an article about a topic the two of you were just discussing. Keep your text specific and customized for the recipient, so they don’t think that you’re copy-pasting “good morning” to everyone you meet. Even a sext is preferable to a "good morning" text (provided you've already established a sexting relationship and you get their consent first)."
Sorry, but I was taught the social graces. Saying "good morning" to someone, especially a significant other (or even just the person you are dating) isn't the worst thing that could happen.