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What if all the cool teens with their commitment to casual dating were right? Find someone to Netflix and chill with, and report back.***If you search Urban Dictionary, the Oxford English for teen slang, a delightful little description pops up for the phrase “Netflix and chill”: Definition: Code for two people going to each other’s houses and fucking or doing other sexual related acts.Brad: "Hey Julia wanna come over and watch Netflix and chill" Julia: "Sure I'll pick up the condoms" Brad: "Wait I thought we were just gonna watch Netflix and chill?For Netflix, though, it's the best kind of product placement imaginable. People can't even each other anymore without invoking the brand. After surveying 1,008 of its American, millennial-aged subscribers, Netflix discovered that 58 percent of them use their favorite shows and movies as guide posts for compatibility.
But if an entire society of happy young daters was willing to modernize the ways in which they found love, who was I to stay bullish on dating like we were still in the past?If sex was power, my faux bravado had made me the Rihanna of Tinder.“I mean, sure, I’d be up for that,” offered my friend David, who recently turned 30, when I asked him if he’d shoot a woman down who offered to euphemistically Netflix and chill with him. Ready to throw in the towel after seven straight days of Tinder failure and a family dinner that had done little to abate my ever-increasing stress, I was ready to Netflix and chill with the one date that wouldn’t let me down: myself.I was staying with my best friend at the time, who — as I learned when I barged into his house like a tear-soaked bat out of hell — was not only out of town, but apparently had a new roommate move into the house.This naivety (which elicited an “Oh my god, that’s so adorable” from one friend, and a “Have you ever met people before??
” from another) is precisely why I had no qualms about firing off a three word missive — “Netflix and chill?
But really, 1,000 people in a country of 318 million isn't much of a percentage, so young Americans might not be as lame as this poll makes them sound.