Does Netflix 'n' chill always mean sex?

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Most Helpful Guys

  • Netflix and chill in that context yes. That's just what that phrase means, someone asking you to chill and it involving Netflix might not necessarily mean sex. But if someone has asked you directly to "netflix and chill" they're probably looking for something sexual or are at least interested in you in that way. A situation like this doesn't have to lead to sex and you shouldn't be pressured into it, if you are interested in this person but don't want to have sex yet take up the offer but make yourself clear that you don't want to do anything like that yet but you are interested in the future.

    The most important part of relationships is communication, if you don't actually tell someone what you want don't assume they know. Signals you give that might seem very strong from your point of view may not be read by the other party. Being direct and telling it straight will get you a response faster, good or bad.

  • Haha yes
    So does do you want a coffee
    Let's go out sometime
    Fancy watching a film
    Let me run your back
    And
    Hello

    But yes it mainly means hanging out having a bit of nookie. If you dint want the bike part just say no. No issue there as long as we know.

Most Helpful Girl

  • No, because literally I've went to my boyfriends house or he went to mine and we'd watch Netflix together and hangout. The closest thing that'd happen to sex is just us cuddling.

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  • Of course not. It's what it is. I'm happy with just watching Netflix with my SO.

    • You don't Netflix and chill with your partner, you Netflix and chill with a hookup. Of course people in relationships are going to watch Netflix together and not always have sex.

  • I don't think so.

  • Pretty much the definition of "Netflix and chill." If you're doing it in a literal sense, then there isn't any sex.

  • That's the chill part.

  • Usually I think..

  • Netflix is Netflix.

    Chilling is chilling.

    Netflix and chill is understood code for fooling around at the least.

  • No, but that is the implication of it.

  • Not always sex but most of the time yes

  • Netflix and chill, yes only sex with Netflix on. Chilling with Netflix tho it's just hanging out, cuddling, etc.

  • Lol it does to every guy. The least you'd expect is a cuddle.

  • yeah... thats what the saying came from lol

  • Pretty much, yeah!

  • No. For me it means netflix and cuddling

  • now it means sex. it used to mean just to hang out and watch some movie together but since most people apparently end up having sex while doing that, it has become the new meme for "asking for sex", so now it always means sex.

  • it's what the term has turned into but it can be anything that is associated with the act of watching netflix shows and the act of "chilling"

  • Nope

  • Usually yes

  • yes it does

  • I use at as a way of getting someone to eat ice cream with me while watching Netflix

  • I think that's what the term has come to mean, but watching a movie together can just be a movie.

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