What's the difference between a lunch date and a dinner date?

Not in the sense about just the time of the day you go on your date, but does choosing one or the other suggest a difference in intention do you think?


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Most Helpful Girl

  • I don't know why, but dinner date seems more serious. During lunch, it seems more casual because you're meeting up with someone while you're already busy with your day. For dinner, you're pretty much devoting your night to them. It's a psychological thing.

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What Girls Said 4

  • Lunch is more casual. It doesn't have as much pressure tied to the idea of it.
    Dinner is more "date" like. It is a traditional idea for a date.

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  • Lunch is more fun and bubbly that doesn't have to lead anywhere back home. However, dinner can be more sensual and sophisticated... whatever takes your fancy, dear.

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    • Do you think when women are offered a dinner date they'll ask for a lunch date instead because the male's intention might be to lead back home?

    • It comes to preference, maybe she has a busy schedule. Either way she is still happy that she is going on a date.

  • Lunch is at McDonalds, dinner at Denny's

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  • A lunch date is kind of like more business/ strict relationship dinner is more like fun/ spur of the moment relationship

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What Guys Said 2

  • lunch dates appear more causal and you dont have to go to a "fancy" restaurant. They can also be used to business meeting and other business matters. a dinner date however suggest a more emotionally serious situation. take that part lightly but it all depends on your intentions. what do you want to do with this person, how do you want to do it, what about his/her feelings? are you just friend. you and the other person define the intentions and situation.

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  • Lunch dates aren't dates they are just for friends

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