I asked this girl to get coffee with me on saturday.. her response was "Its a date"(we were texting) she flirts with me at work from time to time but I am still not sure if she wants to be more than friends. what did she mean by that? Could she have meant it just as a friendly get together?
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The phrase "It's a date" usually just means "It's arranged then" for that particular day. It doesn't necessarily mean that you are having a romantic date.
But so what? You're getting coffee with her, get to know her over the coffee, see if you click. And if you do, ask her out on a real date, and see what she says?
Don't make the mistake of trying to be her friend first, or you'll find yourself in the friend zone.0