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Sometimes, this confusion can make me want to come to every date with a checklist: But there's got to be a tactic easier than that to figure out where my relationship stands, without having to bring Emily Ratajkowski into it.
Before that, you're still getting to know one another and someone who seems wonderful at first may not be so great after all and someone who was just meh can show they're actually worthwhile. After one month you've got a handful of dates under your belt and a better picture of how each of you feels about one another.
If she wants to be exclusive, I would ask her to be my girlfriend tomorrow, but I have not done that because I wanted us both to take our times and let things develop Do you also have to tell your date that you're seeing other people? Because I often wonder if I'm obligated to tell whoever I may be seeing at the time that they aren't the only ones in the picture.
If you only go on a date 2-3 times a month, it seems pointless to bring up unless a conversation is initiated. I mean, numbers aside, back in my day......gee, I forgot, I didn't set my clock back! At this point, dude would either dig a little to see if the plans involved another guy, or leave it at that.
Sometimes, guys wanted to know, other times, they didn't want to know.