Be cautious when communicating with people you don’t know in person, especially if the conversation starts to be about sex or physical details.
In some instances, they can even trace the physical location of where a message was sent.
Be careful who you give your number to and how you use GPS and other technologies that can pinpoint your physical location.
If you’re being harassed on Kik, the company will help you coordinate with law enforcement.
Casually ask him for the phone number of his very close, very hot, very single friend. If he inquires, respond with, ‘Just wanna share something with him.’ He’ll wonder what you’re ‘sharing.’ Is it an article? Show up to an event he invited you to on Facebook and ignore him all night. He never replied to the cute inside joke image you sent him a week ago, but as soon as he senses that you’re smiling from a mile away, he will seek to destroy that grin. Thus, if you don’t contact him at all, he’ll begin doing it non-stop forever.
His weapon of choice will be a single, “You’ve been on my mind a lot lately,” or “I really miss you,” or a classic ambiguous “Hey.” Send him a sext and then immediately write, “Sorry that wasn’t for you.” Something like, “Yeah…