Elaborate what you mean by 'verbal contract.' I'm curious and I'm running on like 3.5 hours of sleep so I don't have comprehension skills atm.
He is saying he doesnt think you need to say you are exclusive, or something.
Like... I still don't understand. 'Let's go out, just the two of us?' Is that a 'verbal contract?'
well i interpreted his use of 'dating' and 'going out' as "being in a relationship", based on how he phrased it ("my previous relationship that happened maybe four years ago now, I was the one asked out"), as opposed to just literally taking her out somewhere. but we might need some semantics clarification. a lot of people use those phrase interchangeably but some would never equate them. a lot of people just focused on his initial date with this girl but i think he was also wanting her to eventually be gf
what i'm saying is that if you want to be in a relationship with a girl you shouldn't force it or push an agenda, it just has to bloom. you'll just know she's your girlfriend, you won't have to ask. or she'll save you the trouble and be the one to say it first (best option).