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There's nothing wrong with that."I asked Jake again, to talk about what he thinks is 'hanging out.' He responded with the "in-betweeners", which he said were events that you did before something better happened, like midday coffee or drinks.

One thing's for sure: They can't stand "in-betweeners."So … He says that, in the past, he's dated girls who are just as confused.

We asked guys what a date really is, how they know if they're just "hanging out", and what they look forward to when it comes to spending time with someone they're interested in. Jake, 26, says he spends a lot of time arguing with himself over what's a date versus what's not a date.

With so much language swimming around the action of spending time with someone you like, it's no surprise it's hard to define "date."And guys are no exception.

According to a study commissioned by Christian and JDate.com, 69 percent of singles admit they're confused about whether an outing with someone they're interested in is a date or not.