The jury wrote down more than a dozen questions for the defendant this afternoon.
They spotted that in response to Ms Larke's 103 text messages, Collins had replied with 114, and signed off: "Speak tomorrow, gorgeous."
Asked to explain, he said ignoring her texts did not work, and: "I still had feelings for her, I still loved her."
The court has heard Collins refer to "blacks" and "chinks" and Ms Larke alleged he had "a problem with people of colour".
He denied that and today said: "Anna would use racist terminology if she could."