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But suddenly I feel lost on the girls’ brunch staple: Instead of consulting Urban Dictionary, I asked Facebook and Twitter. I considered standing on a street corner and asking NYC strangers but a blizzard made me scrap that idea. I certainly think of DATING and SEEING as different in my mind. The conclusion of my (extremely) limited study (“study”) was a shockingly even divide between the two camps. Or maybe I’ll just slip on some elbow length gloves every time I sit down to blog, and tell you I’m not old-fashioned. Which one do you think is less casual: “Dating” or “Seeing”?

It’s reached the point where I’ll mention him to my friends, the dude’s got potential. Like the difference between the B and D train: one easily gets you to the American Museum of Natural History, the other zooms you up to 125th leaving you wondering what the hell you did wrong and OMG am I in Harlem!? Annnnnd….a lot of other people think the exact opposite… “Seeing” can be applied to your friend with benefits, your ex, and tonight’s Bumble date. Maybe I need to change my wording when I write about dating, since I frequently do…

Kaitlyn*, 22, says she falls into them easily because she gets attached to people easily.

And getting involved in a situationship might be the worst thing you can do to yourself.

How I refer to all the messy non-relationship-relationships?

I didn't find out until I heard Tony*, 27, at a party lamenting about how his current relationship status was giving him anxiety.“Basically, we’re in this situationship where it’s like things either progress or they don’t.” A what?

Ever since, I have no idea how to refer to our time together.

The only label I felt safe enough to use in front of him that expressed my feelings was "crush," but that minimized almost everything about our interactions.

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