Our Online Dating Dictionary
DTE: “Down to earth.”
DTR or LTR: “Define the relationship” or “Label the relationship.”
Exclusive: Indicates relationship status where neither party is dating other people.
F2F: “Face to face,” or meeting up in person.
FWB and NSA: “Friends with benefits” and “No strings attached,” ways of signaling a desire for a casual physical relationship without a commitment.
IRL: “In real life,” i.e., not online.
Meet up for coffee: A short, informal date, often during the daytime.
Netflix and chill: An invitation to watch Netflix together, which has become slang for coming over to have sex.
No hookups: Hooking up is slang for any kind of casual sexual behavior, from kissing to intercourse, so “no hookups” indicates someone looking for a serious relationship.
Official and FBO: “Official” is when two people are publicly dating; “FBO” stands for “Facebook official,” i.e., when the relationship status on one’s Facebook account has been changed to reflect that a person is no longer single.
Sexting: Where sex meets texting; sending someone sexually explicit messages or photos.
Tinderella: A twist on Cinderella; popular with male Tinder users to describe the perfect match.
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