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In highschool/college, I never got asked out on a date, it was always "some guy I knew and hung out with a bunch and then we started hanging out more alone and then at some point one of us admitted we really liked the other or we just kinda started making out." As an adult all my "romantic" relationships (not that there've been many, mind you) have started with being asked on a date, whereas all my "casual dating/sex based" relationships have started more organically, often with aid of copious amounts of alcohol.
Yeah, but my experiences and assumptions are mainly based on television which gives you a pretty censored picture of what is going on over there :)I'm aware that there is a huge diversity between states.
I was just trying to narrow the questions down a bit :)Disregard what Yoohoo said.. I'm pretty sure you can see that for yourself though, when he claimed that the US is more diverse than "Europe" as if it were a single nation.
An invitation to come over and watch a movie implies sex very strongly and is pretty normal for a second or third date, here.
I see "dating" as merely a term for "being involved romantically with someone" and the degree of seriousness being more tied with the length of time youve been at it - "we've only been dating a couple months" vs "we've been dating for over a year now." I'd probably stop using the term if I'd been with someone for many years, lived with them, etc.
in other words if it became more akin to marriage and I was pretty damn certain it wasn't going to end, but up until that point it's still just dating, even if you're very committed to the person.