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Question Posted Tuesday November 22 2005, 11:16 pm

What's the difference between dating and "going out"?? Thanks!

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CutUpAngel013 answered Saturday November 26 2005, 12:29 am:
i think "dating" someone is liek when you go out on dates with someone like to the movies and to dinner but your not actually an official couple or anything and "going out" is when your actually in a relationship and you are together and you hug and kiss and do "other things" possibly... other than that i see no difference.. there basically the same thing...

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FullMoonLover08 answered Friday November 25 2005, 10:23 pm:
dating-An instance of an action, process, or act: a gathering.
An action or process connected with a specified thing
(testing whether you want to see them more)

going out-seeing someone a lot/long time

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salemwolf answered Friday November 25 2005, 4:00 am:
dating is just going some were specil/cool to see if you actually have feels for that one person. going out is being that with that specail someone as their boy friend or girlfriend.

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xOHunni-2-HelpOx answered Wednesday November 23 2005, 10:52 pm:
dating is like getting to know each other, first stage of a relation ship.

going out is where your boyfriend and girlfriend. Closer to eachother and sort of official.

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xOViLLYxO answered Wednesday November 23 2005, 5:16 pm:
To me there is no difference its all the same stuff &hearts;

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malibubarbiie111 answered Wednesday November 23 2005, 3:51 am:
dating is like. hanging out && stuff.* like going on but.. being able to talk to other people and whatever.** going out is like official. no cheating or anything.

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xxoBriannax answered Wednesday November 23 2005, 2:39 am:
To me there is no difference, but I think that if you are going out then you aren't officially with the person you are just together and spend time with each other, etc. If you are dating the person, then you have the label of boyfriend and girlfriend.

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MissJessicaPaige answered Wednesday November 23 2005, 2:26 am:
Like dating is like when you repeatedly see someone and goin out is when you do it only a once or a couple times and you dont really have feelings for one another

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MELiixMARiiE answered Wednesday November 23 2005, 2:24 am:
Well whenever two people are dating they aren't girlfriend and boyfriend yet. They can still date around with other people and see what other people are like and everything. So basically, your single. ( or you could focus on dating one person until you ask them to be your girlfriend/boyfriend )

Going out is whenever you two are girlfriend and boyfriend and you of course, cannot date anyone else because you two are together. I hope I helped.





Love,
MELii

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cjAdvice answered Wednesday November 23 2005, 12:53 am:
when you go on a date you actually go someware with someone

when you go out with someone you two are like a pair, only you hand him/her.

hope this helps, and if you need more info look on my colum and ask me! :)

cjAdvice

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x0blu3eyedbeautyx0 answered Wednesday November 23 2005, 12:52 am:
First of all they mean the same thing. But they have different meanings for different ages. If you're a teen it means that you area couple. if your in your twenties or up it meaan you go otu on dates....then maybe you become a couple. &hearts; caitie

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Mercy_x_Me answered Wednesday November 23 2005, 12:46 am:
I'd say it's pretty much similar but some people define it differently. Going out is being officially together and you cannot see/kiss/be involved with anybody else, basically your exclusive. Dating is just like going out on dates and seeing how you feel about that other person. But, I see them as meaning the same thing. I guess it depends who you are and what you're referring too.

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thinkpink03 answered Wednesday November 23 2005, 12:24 am:
there isnt really a difference..theyre pretty much the same. the only thing that pops out thats different to me is just that dating sounds more like a commited thing but really they are the same!

[&hearts; X0X0]

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t0xicParadiSe answered Wednesday November 23 2005, 12:19 am:
Dating and going out is basically the same thing.
&hearts;

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xXxpinky615xXx answered Wednesday November 23 2005, 12:04 am:
There isn't much of a difference. People say "going out" in highschool alot and then older people say "Dating". It's basically the same thing as having a boyfriend or girlfriend.



Example sentence: "I've been dating my boyfriend for a year and a half"

"I've been going out with my boyfriend for a year and a half" It means the same thing. It just means that you are with them.

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ThugGirl041790 answered Tuesday November 22 2005, 11:44 pm:
I don`t think there is a difference just two different words.. &hearts; Dez

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Teza answered Tuesday November 22 2005, 11:25 pm:
There is not much of a differece. Dating is the modern word and it's not anymore serious then just saying going out.

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BrokenWings answered Tuesday November 22 2005, 11:17 pm:
Dating isnt quite as.. solid.

With going out with someone there is usually the question, it is usually seen as slightly more binding than dating which is more casual.

Take care xx

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