Maybe you are also seeing/dating someone else as well or maybe not.
However, you would use these terms if the realationship was young or if you were not yet serious about this person.
She said, "We've been seeing each other on and off for two years!
" Friend: "To a guy, that means: When I have a buzz on, I'd like to see you with your clothes off." I've never been able to hear someone use that expression since without laughing.
In that case, you would probably say that you have a boyfriend (or girlfriend), or you're in a 'relationship' or have a partner, etc. Failure to comply would cause one to be sentenced to Kim Jong Un's troupe of travelling sex consorts. That's why people ask "Are you seeing anyone right now? " If you are not married of course you will be dating someone. Sometimes sex too depending on the people involved.In other words, seeing/dating someone implies that you haven't decided to make this an exclusive relationship, at least not yet.If you were thinking about a future with this person, then you would use other terms that would indicate that you were serious about this relationship and thinking about a long-term future.Personally I think one should be legally required to wear a a baseball cap with bill forwards, if looking. But if you are seeing someone, then it is usually a commitment to be exclusive."Dating someone" means you are involved with someone.In that case, you would probably say that you have a boyfriend (or girlfriend), or you're in a 'relationship' or have a partner, etc.I've heard both terms before but didn't think much about them until seeing this post.i'm not sleeping with anyone or making commitments, i am hanging out, having fun, and stealing kisses here and there. I've heard both terms before but didn't think much about them until seeing this post.99% of the men that emailed me had a problem with that status because it seems most people equate dating with being in a relationship/"seeing someone". I asked some of my expat friends, most of whom are Canadian, about this.If you make your framework clear from the beginning, then you won't get hurt in the long run.Going out together - sounds to me the most serious of all, to me it means exclusive one on one Dating someone - Means that there is more one on one dates and romantic evenings Seeing someone - One step away from dating Hooking up - Sex, sex and more sex than next morning leaving with "I'll call ya" Check that page for a nice story Dating, Seeing or Involved Agree to the article: make it clear - single or involved. All other "words", such as seeing, dating, going out, sounds like temporarily involvements with a person, which can be restricted to sex or having fun together, or testing before getting involved. dating, seeing, hook up, involved, or whatever phrases, which all can mean inclusive. exclusive (if you call seeing/dating/involved/whatever as exclusive, that's your style, and it differs from culture and people and norm) I don't know the difference really, but this thread reminded me of sth. A mutual female friend was whining about her guy not wanting to get married.