And in the 21st-century dating realm, one letter or punctuation mark carries more weight than it rationally and sensically should. Are you meeting him at his local watering hole for a few drinks and some bar food? Or is he taking you to his favorite small-town overlook for an evening picnic? These are obviously two very different scenarios — one of which takes significantly more effort to plan than the other. Of course, the notion of qualifying or disqualifying a certain activity as a date is completely subjective. It can be based on any number of varying factors: budget, time, likes and dislikes, etc.
For the guys---Is saying "I miss hanging out" same as a way of say "I miss you"?
6 Crucial Differences Between Hanging Out And Dating | Thought Catalog
Ahhh, romance! Hanging out: Um, nonexistent. You could technically hang out with anyone…or anything. Dating: You might be fully committed to one another, or both still keeping it open. Just kind of existing, like Blake Lively.
But then again, neither are you. Giving a guy a chance typically requires me to acquiesce to some kind of lingering question mark. It can feel like if I don't give a guy the noncommittal space he needs, I may miss the chance to convert him into actual relationship material.
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