Many singles say they’re finding it hard to figure out the rules of dating in the 21st century. Reportedly, a new survey says 44 percent blame texting, saying it’s made it more difficult to determine whether an outing is just a casual hang-out, or an official date. Fifty-seven percent of 18 to 24-year-olds admit that technology has blurred the lines, followed by 48 percent of those age 25 to 29. The 35-to-54 age group remains the most unaffected by the changes in dating. I prefer to talk on the phone. Too many things can be misunderstood when texting.
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