Okay so I met this guy at camp and we flirted non stop, it was super obvious that he liked me. He would try poking me and pretend like he did nothing and we would laugh a lot and he would always sit next to me. That weekend the camp held an after party for the helpers and the whole time we flirted like crazy; he let me wear his hat and sandals and sunglasses etc. and at the end of the night he asked for my number! And and so we've been talking everyday and he asked me to the movies and I was confused weather it was a date or not :)? Please help me thank you :)
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You're under 18, so I'll guess he is somewhere around your age. I know nothing about the guy, so take this as a grain of salt, but I'll give you one idea.
At that general age(up to 19) a lot of guys have little experience with girls. So they may just say something which makes you think that you guys are just 'hanging out' rather than on a date. Normally going to a movie is not a great first date, but since you two already know each fairly well from camp I doubt it will present a problem. The only problem with it is a lack of conversation, which is sometimes quite a blessing hahah.
Show up to the movie a few minutes later than when you two are planning on meeting up. If it is a 6:00 movie and you two are meeting up a 5:40, show up at 5:55. That way, he will have already bought his ticket by then, and hopefully yours. If he buys yours, it is a date. Whereas if you met at 5:40 like you planned on, when you got to the ticket window there is a chance his 'courage would fail' and he would just ask for one ticket.
If there is one thing I fear on a first date, it is the chance that when I buy two tickets, or say the two of us are on one bill(restaurant) that the girl will say something along the lines of "Oh, you don't need to pay for me." or "We're just friends, you don't need to buy my ticket/dinner!".
By showing up late, you'll have a much better chance of him buying your ticket. Its much easier to say "Hey there! About time you got here. *as you are walking to the ticket booth* Oh, you don't need to get a ticket, I have one for you." At that point, he has already paid for it so there is not really a chance of you saying 'No'
My guess, even if he doesn't by your ticket, he want's it to be a date. The first few times I went to a movie with a girl as a first-non-date I wasn't really sure whether I should buy my friend-girl's ticket or not.
If he does buy you ticket, it is definitely a date, or he at least wants it to be. If he doesn't, I'd watch his body language for signs of interest/attraction. Hint: The feet rarely lie.