All of us guys just had another meeting, and we decided that from now on "see you soon" means that we plan on seeing you again soon. Unless of course, whenever we talk to a given woman we unfailingly give a specific date and time at which to see her again, and then at some point decide we don't want to see her again, in which case we voted to allow saying "see you soon" as a way of efficiently ending the conversation without obligating ourselves further. This was all effective as of March 1, 2010. ; - )
Well... A guy did't pick up my phone or text me back in the Christmas (yesterday) and this morning told me that he had a hangover and felt sick for the entire day. I was a bit angry with him and told him I was with somebody else in the Christmas. Just like 15 minutes later I called him and he ended our conversation by saying "see you soon, OK?". And he did not call or text me back until now.
What if he always set a specific date before, but this time he is travelling for the next two weeks and so only said 'see you soon.' Could it just be that he is uncertain cos of the travel as to when exactly he would see you?