Dating exclusively vs boyfriend girlfriend
Then he asked me to be his girlfriend, and boom: We were in a real relationship.
So, the way I see it, “dating” is what happens before you're boyfriend and girlfriend.
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As far as I'm concerned, there are two types of pseudo-relationships you can be in that aren't real, bonafide relationships: You're either “hooking up” (casual booty calls, probably not going anywhere) or you're “dating” (going on dates, getting to know each other, hopefully going somewhere).
I would say my boyfriend and I were “dating” long before we were in a relationship.
In a wave of feeling agreeable, you say ‘ok, sure’. He’s not looking for a girlfriend, so essentially he’s not looking to date other people and therefore doesn’t have to change anything in his dating behavior. It’s ok, we all make dumb choices every once and again. He’s your Non-BF because you see him more than anyone, and know that even though there will be others in the dating game, at the end of the day, he’s the one you’re going home with (more often than not.) But it doesn’t matter, because nothing will come of the No Strings Attached relationship, and you both know this going in.
Because you’re not serious with any one person, there are probably 2 people in the picture at any given time.
The other day, my friends and I were talking (read: extensively gossiping) about an acquaintance and her new boy.