I met a guy on a night out the other day and he asked for my number. I asked if he's single and he said he is. He said "I've spent the past 2 weeks with someone but she's not my girlfriend." I asked what he meant, and he said he's just "enjoying the present moment" but she's not his girlfriend and he doesn't plan on having a girlfriend anytime soon. What does that even mean?
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He's having a good time without any commitment and no intentions of anything serious. He's being straight up and honest I respect that. If you do anything don't get your hopes up for anything more than just hook ups.10
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It means he is just dating and playing the field , taking his time getting to know someone before he feels ready to commit , I do the same thing he is doing , I am not going to jump in a committed relationship with someone not knowing who they truly are and how our chemistry and connection truly is together , When I finally commit to a girl I take commitment seriously , I want a girl that stays by my side and stays loyal to me that’s going to stand by my side through all life’s obstacles , so this other girl he is seeing probably doesn’t connect with him 100 percent20
in more common terms, he's s player and you are one of the next games he intends to play.
let me guessn your "night out" consisted of you and your girlfriends gping to a nightclub, drinking (probably often free drinks sent by someone random) , maybe some dancing, likely lots of gossiping and this guy was a random who came close by, sat nearby for a bit and casually inserted himself in some light conversation to introduce himself.10
It means that you are not a future girlfriend, either, but he might enjoy a brief sexual dalliance with you.10
It means he's been hooking up with her and he aims to make you next.20
Alright so to translate: he's not interested in a relationship, he wants casual sex.0
it means she's not his girlfriend but he spent time with her0
They're "just friends", LMAO0
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Based on what you've shared, it sounds like the guy you met is interested in spending time with people without necessarily committing to a serious relationship. Saying that he's "spent time with someone" but she's not his girlfriend suggests that he's been spending time with someone in a more casual, non-committal way.
When he says he's "enjoying the present moment," he may be indicating that he's not interested in planning for a serious relationship at the moment, and is instead focused on enjoying his time with people without putting any pressure on the relationship.
It's important to communicate openly and honestly about what you're looking for in a relationship, and to ensure that your expectations are aligned with the other person's. If you're looking for a serious relationship and the guy you met isn't, it may be best to keep that in mind as you get to know him and decide whether or not to pursue a relationship.