= Neither (OCD) Friends (dinner movies hiking) x Sex = Mess Now this is where it gets really messy and confusing.
A date consists of two people making plans to go out to a public place over dinner or drinks with the intent to get to know one another better (not just to get laid). Hook-up Text another Hook-up = Hooking-up You meet a guy at a bar, flirting happens, you share a kiss, you go back to his house and you hook up.
Besides co-founding Dirtyand Thirty.com, she's an actress and can whip up some fabulous classic cocktails.
Although not a fabulous cook, you can find her at the farmers market every Monday and loves to frequent restaurants, bars, and local speakeasies.
But I believe if plans have been made on a continual basis then it leans more toward the sides of dating, but each situation is unique.
Hook-up “I like to keep things casual.” = Hook-up (red flag) He only texts you and never picks up the phone to call you.
You two are friends and are NOT dating each other; you make plans to go hiking, have dinner or to the movies…and then occasionally have sex when it is convenient.