Alan Sillars of the University of Montana, was conducted on college students at a large public university. For a list of alternate euphemisms, see below. Despite the ambiguity of the term "hookup," 84 percent of students reported that they had discussed theirs with friends in the previous four months. Over 50 percent reported at least one and a third reported at least two hookups during the school year, indicating that these liaisons -- however the students defined them -- were common.
It can be near impossible to know what to call the person you're "seeing" read: sleeping with but not really "dating" read: attending family functions with.
What the context of getting together is yet to be determined. That hooker is hooking up major john. Is there even one, or are emotions a definite no-go zone?
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