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When someone you're interested in wants to hang out, it's not always clear whether it's an actual DATE . . . or just something casual.  So we've got a list of five different situations, and whether they mean date . . . or hang out.


1.  They Ask You Out on a Whim.  When someone wants to take you out on a date, they usually have a plan in mind, and ask if you want to do something specific on a certain day at a set time. If they ask you that same AFTERNOON if you want to grab coffee later, it's probably just a casual invite to hang out.  They either see you as a friend, or they want to get to know you better first.  So it's POSSIBLY a date . . . but not likely.


2.  They Seem Nervous.  If someone seems nervous when they're asking you out, it means they're scared of being rejected . . . because they see some real potential.  And that's a good thing, so it's PROBABLY a date.


3.  He Calls You "Dude".  A guy who calls you "dude" is offering an important clue about his feelings for you:  It means he thinks of you as 'one of the guys,' and not a potential girlfriend.  So it's probably NOT a date.


4.  He Doesn't Offer to Pay, or Agrees to Split the Check.  This is simple:  When a guy is interested in becoming more than friends, he will ALWAYS pick up the check.  If he doesn't, it's NOT a date.


5.  They Ask You A Lot of Questions.  If you're out with someone who asks a ton of questions, chances are they're trying to get to know you better, and figure out if you're someone they'd want to date.  So that's a GOOD sign.  (

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