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It means that person is off limits to other people.
The word ‘talking’ is an easier, less official way to tell your friends who you’re hanging out with and could potentially want to date.
We need something light to throw into the mix, hence why we all have no idea the answer to what does dating mean.
While other guys I’ve dated, I’m wondering why this taking so goddamn long for us to be exclusive.
It’s caring about each other at the moment you are together but also when you’re apart, and being sure or at least willing that your relationship will go somewhere.
Plus, of course, dating is all of the things you do when you’re actually seeing someone: spending time, having flirty conversations, going out in a romantic manner, having sex, and spending vacation together.” —Alina, 28, Moscow I think I would use the term ‘dating’ to explain a relationship I had with someone once I had been on several dates or had been around them pretty consistently, but I don’t need ‘the talk’ of labeling each other boyfriend and girlfriend to use the word.
It doesn’t necessarily matter if it’s more casual or exclusive, as long as the relationship is progressing in one way or another as a steady thing.
[If you date online], exclusivity might come later because it is so easy to meet someone but [more] difficult to find a connection.
It’s not like the end-all, be-all term, but it’s also more than just occasional messages online.
I think our parents would go on two dates with someone and say ‘yeah, I’ve been dating so-and-so,’ but we are so much more afraid to use that word that we instead use ‘talking’ or ‘hanging out,’ which is [uncool] and kind of detaching in the event that the relationship doesn’t last.” —Anna, 21, Denver I think the exclusivity can come later, although I believe it’s only fair that both parties are aware of what the other is doing.
But I also think that dating is actively going out on dates, whether they work out or not.
So maybe a more general definition is: actively seeking or having the intention to find someone to build a relationship with.” —Olivia, 24, New York City It means getting to know each other not only on the level of the simple information all of your friends know, but going deeper with fears and desires.