Dating to more serious
Or is dating a term reserved for only very casual relationships? In my opinion, dating can be a little more casual or more serious.For me, I don’t have to call a dude my official boyfriend in order to say that I “dated” him – and Gurl writer Caitlin is on the same page as me.
She thinks of dating as something that’s not very serious – just hooking up and hanging out – but would never say she’s “dating” her long-term boyfriend. I don’t care how many guys Taylor dates and neither should anyone else. Here’s why I was left so confused: what is dating to Taylor Swift?The article immediately made all of us here at the Gurl office wonder what dating means to Tay-Tay herself…and actually, what does dating even mean to any of us? After asking anyone who would listen to me, I’ve come to the conclusion that dating means different things to different people.Is dating a term that is only reserved for more serious relationships? Is going out on one or two dates considered dating? For me, dating means getting to know someone, going out a few times, talking a lot and hooking up.she was asked about her dating life while she was sipping on lavender lemonade), Tay-Tay said, “If you want some big revelation, since 2010 I have dated exactly two people.” Um, girl… According to , those two people she was talking about were Conor Kennedy and Harry Styles.
I’m sorry, did we forget about Taylor Lautner, Joe Jonas, John Mayer, Cory Monteith and Jake Gyllenhaal (and those I forgot about)?
Because, Taylor, you’ve been linked to all of those dudes since 2010. I’m not her biggest fan, but I’m not trying to slut-shame her here.
Hold on a sec: please don’t jump down my throat because you think I’m making fun of Taylor for the amount of guys she’s dated – I’m not. There’s nothing wrong with a girl who dates around.
Obviously, we all have different meanings of the word dating.
But wouldn’t it make life so much easier if there was just one universal definition?!
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