Things Watch Out For While Chat Line Dating

By Brad Jeffries on March 10th, 2020 in Chat LinesDating

While chat line dating can be an incredible time, you definitely should be protecting yourself emotionally and taking the precautions to do so. This pretty much goes for any type of dating, or situation in which you are putting your feelings out there for others to react to. When dating in the real world, it can be easy to detect the red flags or things that might end up hurting you later. But it’s a little different when dating over the phone. The visual cues aren’t there, the feeling in the atmosphere isn’t there, and so on. For those reasons, you need to keep your guard up a little higher than usual when chat line dating. This is especially true if you are looking for a real, romantic relationship and aren’t just calling for some flirty erotic chat. This is your life, your heart, and your feelings. At Chatline Connect, we want to do our best to help protect all of those things for you and make your chat line experience the best that it could be! That’s why we’ve come up with this list of things to watch out for when phone dating.

First things first: The greeting!

When evaluating a partner, you’re going to want to trust your gut when listening to their chat line greeting. There’s no sure-fire way to identify a red flag; however, if you get a weird feeling from the greeting, move on. Who has time to waste? If you think your greeting could use some work, check out these Chat Line Greeting Samples!


They only talk about themselves

If your chat line date talks only of himself/herself, it means that the person on the other end of the line might not be ready for a relationship. Anyone who is ready to take those next steps wants to get to know the person they are taking those steps with. If you feel like you can’t get a word in or that your date won’t shut up about himself/yourself, take that as a big red flag. Your date should be asking you questions and you should feel like an equal part in the relationship.


They put you on hold

Because chat line dating is a form of phone dating, putting someone on hold while in the middle of a date is like stepping out of the restaurant during a dinner date. It’s rude and inconsiderate. Now, this isn’t a huge red flag only because people make mistakes and are inherently bad planners. Maybe your chat line date lives with roommates or children who are interrupting an otherwise private conversation. The best way to tell how legit the hold is would be to consider whether or not your date apologizes for the hold. If your date puts you on hold often, move on. That person isn’t ready to make room for someone as awesome as you!


It gets sexual really fast

Again, people call chat lines for all sorts of things, including sexy chat! This isn’t necessarily the fault of the person you are dating, but if you are looking for a real relationship, then the person on the other end of the line is not for you. That person is looking to get his/her rocks off, and you don’t have to be the person to help him/her if you are looking for something serious! Like a real date, sex should be postponed for when the relationship is established, perhaps after a few dates! If you’re having a problem, you can try telling your crush that the awkward sex talk is a turn-off!


They cut you off

When seeking a real partner, you are going to want to find someone who lets you occupy space in the relationship. Cutting someone off while they are talking is disrespectful, and something that will carry on throughout your relationship with this person. Better to leave him/her behind if they cut you off during a conversation.


You hear voices in the background

Again, chat line dating is dating. How would you feel if you showed up to a dinner date, and your date had brought a friend. This is supposed to be private time, between you and someone in order to establish a romantic connection. If you can hear a voice in the background, it means that your date is inviting someone in on your private time, and that’s never acceptable, especially when you expect the call to be private.


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