This is especially true when a guy you’re seeing is being weird and giving you all these funny ideas that leave you asking yourself, “Are we dating or just hooking up?
” Does he just want to be your booty call or does he want something more?
Jordan told me how he prepared to tackle this role, including research and time spent with Grant’s real family and friends.
Who he was as a father, as a brother, as a son, as a best friend.While casual dating or hooking up is more of a last-minute – if not spontaneous – affair, him making plans means you’re worth putting on his calendar.[Read: 14 signs he’s genuinely interested in being with you] #2 He shaves.It’s like we put our brains and hearts through a roller coaster before we even consider labeling an official relationship.So, basically, we’re going through the struggle of a relationship without the official relationship. Think about it: One day, you two are in the full-on “talking” stage (which means you’re talking 24/7), flirting, laughing and planning, then the next day, complete silence. "Written and Directed by Tom Gormican, Are We Officially Dating? , about three best friends who find themselves where we’ve all been – at that confusing "moment" in every dating relationship when you have to decide "So...where is this going?While these questions swirl around in your head, it’s totally uncool to ask *and we know most will never dare*. ” when he starts to makes plans to go out with you early in the week.So instead of wracking your brains about where this “thing” is going while he’s banging your brains out, why not take the mind games out of the equation? 17 signs to clue you in Here are some signs that it’s more than just a fling thing, and something way more serious in the works. Setting a date with you a few days beforehand also shows that he’s considerate about your schedule.Um, and just really takes you through a last day of his life. Jordan: Honestly, my agent you know, gave me the script.We were talking about kind of what I wanted to do, and I told him I want to do a big film and that I want to do a gritty, independent film. And I read it and started crying, like tears on the page, like it was pretty, it was pretty heavy. Jordan: I mean it’s hard to play, I mean it’s my first time playing a real person. I didn’t know what to expect so, you know, last night at the premiere his aunt stood up and said ‘you know there was points of the movie where I couldn’t tell whether it was Oscar or you’.