What's the difference between "clicking" with someone and "having a connection" with them?

For example, if someone said they clicked (connected) with someone on a first date but didn't have a connection (click) what would you think that means? Don't these two terms mean about the same thing, or do they mean something different to you?


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Most Helpful Guy

  • clicking < having a connection

    a level above ;-)

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What Guys Said 4

  • I think you can click with a future friend but you make a connection with a future date.

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  • Sounds the same to me!

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  • "Clicking" is instant, a 'spark ' if u will.

    A "connection" is built with time and emotional investment.

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  • You use a mouse to click and a NIC to make a connection.

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What Girls Said 7

  • You can click well with someone but not have any romance involved.

    connection means there is romance

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    • I even click with another woman (get along well), but that doesn't mean we have a connection.

      Clicking can happen with any one you share any common interest with , regardless of age or sex

  • They mean the same thing to me.

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  • They mean the same to me

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  • Sounds like the same thing to me?

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  • They mean the same thing

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  • When you click with someone you understand each other it can also mean connecting to some people.

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  • For me it means the same thing.

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