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This casual interaction is intentionally ambiguous. It has almost all the benefits of a date with a certain degree of plausible deniability.
As men and women, we love to feel loved; we love to feel romanced.
If it looks like a date to the waiter, it’s probably a date.
Which brings us to our second Blue’s Clue: Did she did suggest you split an appetizer, which is, in many cases, not only the entrance to the meal, but to intimacy itself? Most women are certainly not going to waste an extra coat of lipstick on Just a Friend.
Sometimes you just have to open up direct lines of communication, and ask the obvious question.
Chances are that when you do, both parties will be relieved.
If someone suggests splitting an appetizer they might as well have said, “I’d also like to someday split the cost of a pet-friendly one bedroom in Los Feliz with you.” Likewise for offering you a sip of her drink, or offering to split a cab to her home (obviously). Yes, yes, makeup is Not For Men, but this is all about a time factor: I’m not going to stay in the bathroom a little too long—to the point where my guy friend thinks I’m probably shitting—just to get lipstick right. There are like two good men and they’re both Gregg Popovich. Really, any physical contact will do, but the elbow touch is classic.
If your companion slips away to the bathroom and returns looking better than they did before, it’s a date. But I might risk that for a date (society has us women convinced that if you just look the right way, he’ll like you back). The point is: if she’s laughing at most of your jokes it’s because we’ve all been practicing fake laughter since nigh-infancy when it made our fathers feel better about themselves, and now we use it for our idiotic boss Randy, who keeps quoting to the young interns who were born the same year that movie came out.
From the beginning of time, men have struggled to be clear with women.
So the girl who used to be your co-worker reached out. It’s just a little unlikely if both of you are single, you’ve only recently started hanging out, and you’re in a restaurant with tablecloths.
She said, “We should hang out...“ in a friendly Chill Girl way, and you said, "Yes, we should." You thought it was a casual friend thing, but when you tell your friend Bryan what you’re up to, he makes that sound middle schoolers make when something vaguely romantic happens. You’ve only ever done laundry on one setting, you haven’t paid taxes in the last three years, and your idea of cooking is opening a bag of Fritos and pouring chili inside. But just in case, here are five clues that it is, in fact, a date: She invited you to a nice-ish restaurant at night. The other 3/8ths, if you’re wondering, are equal parts alcohol and saying "It’s a date." The most obvious sign that something is a date is that someone invites you (and just you) to dine with them (and just them.) This alone is not a date: There is, of course, such a thing as friends going out to dinner together alone.
What Monica brings up in her article entitled “Reviving the Lost Art of Flirtation” rings so true to male ears. Letting him know that you enjoy talking to him and maybe even think he is attractive won’t kill the thrill of the chase.
Flirting with a man is nothing more than dropping the hint that you are interested—or at least not horrifyingly intimidating to talk to. On the contrary, a little flirtation is the green light most men need to go ahead and pursue you.
So we suffer through this willingly, hoping that eventually someone will buckle and reveal his or her true feelings.