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Netflix And Chill

Meaning Hook up
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Netflix and chill is a phrase used to ask someone to hook up. The phrase combines Netflix, a popular video streaming service that allows you to watch TV series and movies, and chill.

Netflix and chill is commonly used to ask another person if he or she wants to get together and watch something on Netflix but involves more than just "watching Netflix." The term became popular in 2014 but hit its peak in 2015. The term is similar to the DTF acronym as it has become obvious what the intentions are of a person who wants to "Netflix and chill."

"My rents are gone, netflix and chill 2nite?
Fo sho."
Updated March 16, 2017

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