This happens all of the time, right? A man and a woman socialize in public together. Once of them is sexually curious or interested in the other, while the object of sexual curiosity has no interest in the first person except perhaps as a friend. In that situation, would you call that a "date?"
- Yes, that's definitely a date. You only need to have one person sexually curious or interested in the other for it to count as a date. It is only NOT a date if NEITHER person is sexually interested.Vote A
- No, that's not a date. For it to qualify as a date, both people MUST understand from the outset it is about exploring sexual interest in each other.Vote B
- It could be a date. Depends, and I will explain how in the comments.Vote C
- What does everyone else say? I don't know, show me the poll results.Vote D
Since GAG won't let me re-write the question to change this wording, please take it for granted that if you see a man and a woman talking to each other in a public place, they might either be on a date or they might not. Right?