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Oh gosh I never thought this would get posted! I made an account just to comment, though I should have ages ago since I browse all the time. I'm glad you found this as humorous (and creepy) as I did! I've known the guy for about 4 years now, usually through group events, and this was the first time we ever went to hang one-on-one! He was always such a sweetheart and was always super polite and respectful up until this point, and my closer friends from the group vouched for him, so I wasn't too worried about meeting up with him. He's not too terribly old or anything, he's in his late twenties, so when he said he wanted to 'hook up', he definitely meant it in a sexual manner! But given that I just recently turned 18, the age gap and the fact we've known each other since I was 14 made it super creepy for me! I definitely learned my lesson and will be sticking with hanging out in group environments for a little while now.
By justfriends - / Friday 19 May 2017 16:55 /
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By  RichardPencil  |  22

Y'know, for us older folks, "hook up" simply means to get together in person, and not meaningless sex with no emotional content. And to us, "Netflix and chill" means watching streamed content and lowering something's temperature.

Oh gosh I never thought this would get posted! I made an account just to comment, though I should have ages ago since I browse all the time. I'm glad you found this as humorous (and creepy) as I did! I've known the guy for about 4 years now, usually through group events, and this was the first time we ever went to hang one-on-one! He was always such a sweetheart and was always super polite and respectful up until this point, and my closer friends from the group vouched for him, so I wasn't too worried about meeting up with him. He's not too terribly old or anything, he's in his late twenties, so when he said he wanted to 'hook up', he definitely meant it in a sexual manner! But given that I just recently turned 18, the age gap and the fact we've known each other since I was 14 made it super creepy for me! I definitely learned my lesson and will be sticking with hanging out in group environments for a little while now.

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By  RichardPencil  |  22

Y'know, for us older folks, "hook up" simply means to get together in person, and not meaningless sex with no emotional content. And to us, "Netflix and chill" means watching streamed content and lowering something's temperature.

Oh gosh I never thought this would get posted! I made an account just to comment, though I should have ages ago since I browse all the time. I'm glad you found this as humorous (and creepy) as I did! I've known the guy for about 4 years now, usually through group events, and this was the first time we ever went to hang one-on-one! He was always such a sweetheart and was always super polite and respectful up until this point, and my closer friends from the group vouched for him, so I wasn't too worried about meeting up with him. He's not too terribly old or anything, he's in his late twenties, so when he said he wanted to 'hook up', he definitely meant it in a sexual manner! But given that I just recently turned 18, the age gap and the fact we've known each other since I was 14 made it super creepy for me! I definitely learned my lesson and will be sticking with hanging out in group environments for a little while now.

By  species4872  |  19

Be careful about coming across as too friendly with someone that you have no romantic interest in as signals can be misread, protect yourself at all times. Having said that I'm not trying to suggest that this was the case and you done anything wrong, he may well have had an ulterior motive all along.

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  jbuckets_404  |  32

Ken, despite my being a life-long (40+) fisherman w/ a very quick, intelligent wit, I'd gotten so used to the sexual defn of "hookup" that I completely forgot about/ groaned at your alternative usage. lol

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