To Hang or not? To Date or Not?

When guys say this to a girl... When guys say this to a girl...

When a guy says, “Do you want to hang out?” they really mean, “Do you want to go out?”

When a guy says, “So how are your new classes going?” they really mean, “I hope well because I could use some extra tutoring.”

When a guy says, “Was that your boyfriend?” they really mean, “I want to know if you’re single or going with someone.”

When a guy says, “Don’t be spreading we’re together to all of your friends,” they really mean, “I still have strings attached with someone else.”

When girls say this to a guy... When girls say this to a guy...

When a girl says, “Do you want to hang out?” they really mean, “Do you want to hang out?”

When a girl says, “I never saw you in the school before,” they really mean, “Oh, you’re cute. Are you new here?”

When a girl says, “I’m hungry. Are you taking me to lunch?” they really mean, “This is not a date. I just don’t have any money.”

When a girl says, “You look like a strong guy,” they really mean, “Carry my books because they’re killing my arms.”

When parents say... When parents say...

When parents say, “Do you want to hang out?” they really mean, “I am going to humiliate you!”

When parents say, “Where do you think you’re going dressed like that?” they really mean, “Either you change or I’m your chaperone for the night.”

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