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    So I went out with someone I've known from uni to the the theatre and then dinner afterwards. We're kinda good friends, but I wouldn't say we're really really close - just good friends. Is it possible I may have given off the impression that it was a date? I'm the guy btw. It'd just be quite interesting to see what girls in particular on here think?
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    Well I'm not a girl, but even though that would have made a good date - if you're just good friends there's nothing out of the ordinary with that.
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    Doesn't sound like a date
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    If there was nothing physical going on then no.
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    It depends on the run up and context. It would be a quite unusual option for a first date mind.
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    It depends, if the time you guys were just laughing and acting like you usually do (as friends) then it's not a date, but if there was something different like a spark/chemistry then yeah it could have been a date.
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    Nah not a date but she's interested I think
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    Ah ok fine. Yh cos I told my other friends and they said sounds like a date, but in all honesty I don't want to be leading anyone on. Just a bit afraid I was doing that.
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    It would likely be construed as a 'date' precisely because you aren't close friends.
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    Did you pay?
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    I once asked a girl if she wanted to get coffee sometime. She thought I was asking her out. No hard and fast rules to determine what is hanging out and what is a date
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    Lol no. Even if it was openly a da date, I wouldn't have paid. I believe if2 people have the means to pay, then they should go halves. That's a separate thread anyway
 
 
 
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