We have fun together, but I just don’t have the time for a serious commitment. Whereby, we agree to only sleep with each other – for the sake of safe sex, but let’s keep it light and casual.
We can call each other when we have time, and have get together when we can.
"Mutually exclusive" is a statistical term describing two or more events that cannot occur simultaneously.
It is used to describe a situation where the occurrence of one event is not influenced or caused by another event.
If the company pursues A, it cannot afford to also pursue B, and vice versa.
This relationship agreement is characterized by minimal or no PDA (Public Display of Affection).
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It's hardly news that conventional dating norms have gone out the window and, with them, so too have traditional dating labels.
With absolutely no parameters beyond "don't hookup with anyone else," how do those in exclusive arrangements know what to expect from their... It's funny to think that such innocent terms as "boyfriend" and "girlfriend," that floated so effortlessly around the halls of high schools, now imply some sort of deep, long-lasting, sticky commitment of the utmost seriousness.
The fallout (or perhaps, benefit) from this aversion to labels remains to be seen.
This ambiguous relationship agreement is above “f**k buddies” or “bed buddies” and is one below dating.