We are by no means "put together." We have no idea where we are going, what we want or what we are going to do when we get there. I’m not talking about the rules your parents made for you when you were 15 and screaming at your mom to let you sleepover at your boyfriend’s house.
You shoot him a text, letting him know you had a fun night. Two days later, you're debating whether to write off that apparently perfect person you met on Saturday night, or to pitifully send another text because, maybe, the message didn't send. We spend our rent money on plane tickets, and we are always searching for something more.
But, I feel this is only an issue when you are in your early 20s.
As long as you are comfortable with yourself, and you are not breaking any laws, there should be no wrongdoing.
Some people believe dating someone even a year or two younger while in university, for example, can be a huge gap in maturity.(That means using a condom and getting tested regularly, if you weren't already aware.)The only acceptable time to send a text to “hang out” or to ask someone to “come over” (i.e. Why People Follow the Rule: Perhaps, you want to make the other person know that when you’re drunk on a Friday night, you're thinking about him or her.Or maybe, you want the person to think you struck out at the bar, and that the 3 am phone call is totally okay.If you had a good time meeting someone, you should let the person know whenever you feel it. You could literally drive non-stop across Canada in three days.You could watch four seasons of "Grey's Anatomy" in three days. If you’re on the other end of this situation, and your date texts you within the next hour, evening or day, and you do not feel the same happiness and urgency, then be honest.
It's hard to be on that level with someone you're just sleeping with.