What's the difference between "hanging out" and "going out"?

Just curious, what's the difference when some one asks "Do you want to hang out together?" or "Do you want to go out some where?"


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Most Helpful Girl

  • hang out sounds like just friends

    while the latter sounds more date like

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What Girls Said 2

  • I would say hanging out sounds more like friendship, while going out sounds more like romance. In the end I guess it depends on how that hanging/going out goes, I don't think anyone would automatically jump to conclusions just by the way you phrased this

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  • Well. To me they're the same.

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    • oh man I must be tired. I thought the second one was something else. But the second one sounds more like a "date" in a way.

What Guys Said 2

  • Like others said..

    Going out is direct and on to the point to asking someone out on a date.

    Hanging out could mean spending time as friends or on a date. People use it interchangably, and I really depends on the history and situation between two people. You're better off directly asking someone to go out, if you're interested in them.

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  • Hang out could be as friends or it could mean hooking up.

    Going out means you're still trying to persuade the woman to hang out.

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