A situation that was thought by one party as hanging out between friends is actually a date in disguise.
Angela: So you know how I was going to hang out with Dave and his friends last night?
Angela: It was a total Sneak-A-Date! His friends didn't show up and he ended up taking me out to a movie where he tried putting the moves on me
When two people are dating, but it is not acknowledged as real dating, instead they go on dates, but say they are just friends.
There are two main scenarios to this phenomenon. One: The first dater is only interested in the other person as a friend. Thus to them, they are only hanging out with a friend. The other 'dater' is actually interested in the other person, but knows that the person is only interested in them as a friend...at least at that moment. So while they are really on a date, it is officially called ' hanging out with a friend'.
Two: Both people are interested in each other, but don't know how the other one feels. So they go on dates, but call it just 'hanging out with a friend'.
Friend #1 : What are you doing tonight?
Friend #2: John and I are going to grab some dinner and go see a movie.
Friend #1: Are you all dating now?? You know that he likes you.
Friend #2: John and I?!? Oh no! We're just friends! We're just hanging out, its completely innocent.'
Friend #1: Uh-huh. You're soo being sneak dated!
(n.) A two person outing in which one party is unaware that the outing is a date until it is in progress.
He said we were just going to grab coffee and study for finance but when I arrived and saw him overdressed and drenched in cologne I became painfully aware it was a sneak date!
when you take out a girl to run an errand or other non-date and elongate and drag it out to be a date, trying to do so under the radar.
I took out Michelle on a guerrilla date..... she thought we were just picking up party favors.
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A lunch or dinner date that two people go on after hooking up simply because they feel guilty for sleeping together without having gone on a date first.
Opposite of first-date-fuck and first-date-fuck faux pas.
1.) Well the sex wasn't great, but the food was good at the make up date the next day.
2.) I think John and I are going to hook up, but I kinda want to sneak out before we have to go on a make up date.
A date between Martha Halftrack and Bryant Hollifield. Held unbeknownst to her husband, Amos. Its very sneaky; the other soldiers don't know they're doing it. But Amos finds out everytime.
Marty: Hey, how about a Swampy Romp tonight? We'll sneak around and the boys won't even know.
Bryant: Great! I bet Papa Amos will be mad as a hornet.
Marty: Knowing him he probably will. He'll probably make us do a PT workout. But, hey, its just us. Nobody else.
Bryant: But what if he saw? Would he tell? Would I get thrown off base?
Amos: (hearing Bryant) No. We would never throw you off the base. Not here at Camp Swampy, anyway. Remember, I'm your Papa Amos. And I love you.
Marty: Yeah, and I'm your Grandma Marty. You can't forget that! We always have these little dates. So we're always rompin' around the Swamp.
Bryant: We'll romp around the Swamp tonight. We'll romp around it 'till broad daylight. We're gonna romp, gonna romp, gonna romp around tonight. Its a Swampy Romp!
To pretend to agree with a point of view, or to have someone else's interests at heart, while in fact secretly subverting that point of view or acting against the person's best interest. The critical part of the definition is the stealth method of attack: constantly deflecting the thinking process of the person with whom the Wormtongue is supposed to be in agreement with just enough that the person never acts or when they do act, it is ineffective.
For example, the wormtongue pretends to have the safety of the person or the common sense point of view as a priority by exaggerating the dangers of the best action and thus disuading the person from taking that action. This in fact harms the person.
Another example, the wormtongue persuades the 'friend' that doing an activity (asking a person out on a date, trying out for a new activity, etc.) won't work, will cause problems, is actually a bad choice, etc. when the wormtongue really wants the 'friend' to not succeed. This is done for a variety of reasons but they all involve some sort of hypocritical gain on the part of the wormtongue.
On the web, a lot of chatrooms and blogs have wormtongues that appear to be on one side of an issue or else neutral but in reality are very biased and working for the other side. This is especially true in the case of religious or political issues such as global warming, Bush v. Obama, etc.