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    Sep 16, 2012, 06:16 AM
    Pleasant time vs good time
    When a man says he had a pleasant time, does that mean the same thing as he had a good time?
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    Sep 16, 2012, 07:04 AM
    No idea and what does a good time mean? Same as a wonderful or great time ?

    What nationality is the man, is pleasant a normal part of his terms ? ( not mine)

    Guess asking him to clarify is the only way to know.
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    Sep 16, 2012, 07:19 AM
    Please give more details. Was this a date, a dinner party at someone's home, a trip to an amusement park, a church activity? Yes, and how old was the man and what is his nationality?
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    Sep 16, 2012, 07:25 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by Wondergirl View Post
    Please give more details. Was this a date, a dinner party at someone's home, a trip to an amusement park, a church activity? Yes, and how old was the man and what is his nationality?
    It was our first date. We have been talking on the phone for over an hour at a time and texting back and forth. He is 30 and Haitian.
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    Sep 16, 2012, 07:30 AM
    I would guess he had a good time. Not many people use the more formal "pleasant" any longer. It might indicate he was somewhat disappointed but the date was mostly good, or it might indicate the date turned out better than he had thought it would. Or it might be just a word in his vocabulary.

    Are you two still talking? :D If he asks you out again, pleasant = good.
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    Sep 16, 2012, 07:36 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by Wondergirl View Post
    I would guess he had a good time. Not many people use the more formal "pleasant" any longer. It might indicate he was somewhat disappointed but the date was mostly good, or it might indicate the date turned out better than he had thought it would. Or it might be just a word in his vocabulary

    Are you two still talking? :D If he asks you out again, pleasant = good.
    he texted me this morning after I posted. Thank you for the advice
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    Sep 16, 2012, 07:49 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by midget2429 View Post
    he texted me this morning after I posted. Thank you for the advice
    My money is on pleasant = good.
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    Sep 16, 2012, 08:45 AM
    I have to agree, pleasant, good both positive terms.
    Had he not enjoyed the date I think he would have simply said "Good night"

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