Some things you should have experienced or know about a person before you want to talk about the status of the "relationship"(1):
1. The man's last name.
2. You should have visited their place of residence at least once. If this was a random hookup, then the first time doesn't count. Duhhh.
3. What kind of car he drives... which is not necessarily important to any degree, but it is a great general idea that you know something about him.
4. What he does for a living... also not important, but still important. (see #3)
This comes from a personal experience: I met a certain girl from a friend. Let's just call her "Jane" for the sake of anonymity. Jane was totally a nice girl, a little organic for my taste, but we were having fun, right? We went out drinking in a group setting and had a great time. The next day Jane wanted to talk. And by talk I mean spend more time on the phone deciphering our time together than the actual time we spent together. She struck me as confused... maybe I gave off the wrong signals? Who knows- it wouldn't have been the first time. So for that reason, I stayed on the phone with her and talked it out. After hanging up, I remember feeling like I hadn't accomplished anything. What a waste.
So what's the big deal?! Take your time, enjoy the person. Also enjoy Clause #133 as much as we do.
Just Sayin' -T
(1) By the word relationship I mean Webster's version, which is [a state of affairs existing between those having relations or dealings]. I do not mean to imply there is any sort of committed status anywhere therein.