I've heard all these used to refer to someone of the opposite sex, but I've always used them all as meaning the same thing. If someone asks me out, I either say he's my boyfriend or we're going out. But is there a difference? Some people have said there are, but I don't understand it. They asked you out and you said yes. You aren't actually going on dates, you are just boyfriend and girlfriend.
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Are We Dating Or “Hanging Out”? Here Are The Important Differences Between The Two
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It comes down to a skewed idea of courting and dating. The terms "dating" and "going-out" are used interchangeably. These two people are in no commitment to each other and are free to go-out with other people. Dating meant: two individuals who have decided to pursue a relationship beyond the courting stage, and are now exclusive to one another aka boyfriend and girlfriend, etc.
What's the difference between dating and "going out"? Serious answers please..?
Ahhh, romance! Hanging out: Um, nonexistent. You could technically hang out with anyone…or anything.
Dating is more casual than seeing someone. Seeing someone suggests that there is a relationship either beginning or in progress that is exclusive. You can date several people, but when you declare that you are seeing someone, it's a declaration of a commitment. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.