When did the phrase ‘Netflix and chill’ become an acceptable descriptor of a relationship?

Apparently there was a time before Google, Facebook, blogs, and even before the internet. I hear that back then things were a lot different. No one knew who Ashley Madison was, and Mark Zuckerberg was just a twinkle in his loving parent’s eyes.

People weren’t obsessed with checking their email, updating their Facebook statuses, or keeping abreast of ‘trending’ issues on Twitter.

Sure, people still connect, but what is ‘dating’ these days? If you hang-out with someone of the opposite-sex a few times a week are you dating? What about if you ‘hook up’ more than 4 times in a month? When did the phrase ‘Netflix and chill’ become an acceptable descriptor of a relationship?

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https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-mating-game…