If the date feels like a hook-up, that’s probably what he’s seeking.
We meet for coffee and a quick smooch; we find ourselves canoodling over drinks in a dark corner booth; and we even sometimes have to leave the house in order to get away from prying eyes—especially in a world of rents so high that we are likely to live with a horde of roommates (or with our parents).
When we want to queue up Netflix and chill with our special Tinder friend, we sometimes have to take it to the streets.
I was embarrassed about wearing Spanx because, as commonplace as they are in both men's and women's wardrobes, they’re considered as deleterious to a partner’s libido as a pre-coital fart.
No matter the design, no matter the color — both of which there are many — there is nothing I find sexy about Spanx.
Dating in college today, however, is very different, and it all begins with the culture of hooking up and casual encounters. The hook-up culture, is in fact, more of a subculture.
It hasn’t replaced dating, it’s just changed how we think about it. Paula England, professor of sociology at New York University, has surveyed over 14,000 heterosexual students at 19 universities about their sexual behavior.
C) Take your dress off to reveal your nude shorts, complete with suspenders and a pee hole, because this guy is lucky to be hooking up with you.
In the past, I have almost always gone with Option B, using a trashcan, my fist, or a roommate’s dopp kit in place of the under-the-sink cabinet.
Jerry gave me the hook up with those backstage passes. Sandra and I hooked up last night and her adams apple was kinda big 3.
Hooking up with Derick last night was the biggest mistake in my life.
That goes for any time you’re getting handsy in front of someone who’s glued to their post, such as a doorman or Uber driver who’s just trying to do his damn job.