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What does dating mean??

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Question - (10 December 2006) 12 Answers - (Newest, 16 December 2008)
A female , *vanna22 writes:

I was on a date with this guy and he asked me: Do u want to start dating? What does that mean exactly?

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A female reader, cherakee68 United States +, writes (16 December 2008):

It's been so long since I've started seeing someone and I'm totally confused on what is suppose to happen. Were both 40 and started seeing each other 3 weeks ago. We've gone out for dinner and spent time together and we've recently spent the night together. He tells other people that he can't keep his mind off me and he tells me (I told him I just wanted to be friends for awhile at the beginning) but he tells me the other day "it was never just friends and I'm deep in his heart." However I thought he would come to see me tonight and it felt like he totally blew me off. I'm not a kid but I'm totally worried that this means that he is already sick of me and I dont know if by what was said if that means were exclusive or what? This seems like an awful like of emotional work for me! HELP!!! What is suppose to happen or what is happening? I really like this guy and dont want to lose him but I dont know what to think.

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (2 April 2008):

it mean to be bf and gf. also that the people dating r in love too. so do u like him ?? if u do then said yes if mean that now u guy r bf and gf

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A female reader, Ivanna22 +, writes (19 December 2006):

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Ivanna22 agony auntWell he just asked me to be exclusive and to be his girlfriend two nights ago. I'm happy with him. We haven't even hooked up yet but there's a very close friendship between us, whih is something very important in a relationship.

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A male reader, Learning2Love +, writes (13 December 2006):

Learning2Love agony auntIvanna, I think he wants to know if you like him too, maybe even consider going 'steady'? Let us know how things develop, but I wish you and him all the best.

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A female reader, Ivanna22 +, writes (13 December 2006):

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Ivanna22 agony auntyeah I do think he's a good guy. he calls me every night and we just talk about nothing. He picks on me a lot thought but he says he only does that because he likes me. He texted me last night after we were done talking on the phone and this is what he said: I'm gonna go to bed now. But i want you to know, that i do like you and that i am interested in you and i hope we can work something out. If you want:)

What is he trying to say when he says work something out???

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A male reader, Learning2Love +, writes (13 December 2006):

Learning2Love agony auntDating and going steady, in my mind are one and the same thing, although some people may say there are some subtle differences. It means that the two of you are both now in a mutually exclusive relationship, and want to see where it is going to take you. He sounds like a good guy, not wanting to kiss you on the first date and spoiling your impression of him. Let him earn your trust and respect first before jumping in the sack with him, this does one of two things, it shows you that he's not only after your body but also allows you to get to know him better, and feel more confident and secure in the relationship... Well there you've got it, the beginning of a new adventure. Go girl.

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A female reader, Ivanna22 +, writes (13 December 2006):

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Ivanna22 agony auntwell, then let's say we start dating, then when do I know when he wants to go steady? Will he ask me?

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (12 December 2006):

Well to me dating is getting to know some one before going steady... I "dated" my boyf for about a month before goin steady with him....

Its like the start of a relationship, goin to the cinema, dinner, walks.........

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A female reader, Ivanna22 +, writes (11 December 2006):

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Ivanna22 agony auntis there a different between dating and a relationship??

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A female reader, Ivanna22 +, writes (11 December 2006):

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Ivanna22 agony auntoh that's cool I guess. We didn't even kiss when the date was over thought.

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A reader, anonymous, writes (11 December 2006):

I agree with chibijess. You were on like a first date with him i'm assuming? I guess he likes u and he had a real good time with u and wants u to be his gf.

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A female reader, chibijess +, writes (10 December 2006):

chibijess agony auntI think it means he wants to go steady with you. See you as his girlfriend, like your the only one he goes out on dates with from now on and vice versa.

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