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It depends on what the person's definition of "casual dating.".
I am not sure if it's my being tired of hoping and nothing coming from dating or I've just gotten bitter....Nothing is a buzz kill quite as strong as telling a guy you can't see him on Monday night because you have a date with someone else.Thus, again, I couldn't really complain if a guy I was seeing was doing the same. There are "plenty of fish" and you can't expect someone to stop dating because you asked them out too. After time I'd surely expect the two of you to be exclusive , or honest, or just stop dating.Click below to let us know you read this article, and wiki How will donate to Trek to Teach on your behalf.Thanks for helping us achieve our mission of helping people learn how to do anything.My definition of it (and I'm sure some will disagree) is when I'm spending time with someone and we are mutually getting to know each other's interests and we're trying to see if there's enough (along with attraction/chemistry) to merit starting a relationship/being exclusive.I have dated more than one guy at a time (and I let everyone know what my definition of casual dating is so we're on the same page).but I have learned to just not get too emotionally involved/interested until we've actually said to each other that we want it to be just us.I'll date more than one person at a time, but I cap it at three.I also don't necessarily TELL the guys I'm seeing that I'm seeing other people.It really isn't their business until we've gotten semi-exclusive/had a conversation about it.