20 Most FAQs On Gay Hookup Apps And Sites [NSFW]

Know the answers to these commonly asked questions before your potential trick even asks them! This helpful guide will speed up the process and save data usage on your mobile phone. posted on

1. Sup?

Interchangeable with “hi”, “hey”, “into?”
Typically the ice-breaker question to begin any conversation. It’s proper etiquette to not respond with the same greeting given. Proper responses range from “chillin”, “me”, “bored”, “horned” or “in bed”.

2. Where u at?

Interchangeable with “lookin?”. Typically a greeting given after bar-hopping or after 2am. Only respond if if available to hookup.

3. Host or travel?

Live alone? You host. Live with mom? You travel.
Tip: Boys with cats: Please ask your special friend if he’s allergic.

4. Stats?

Definitely not math. Unless your major is “quantitative anything”. The basics are age, height, weight and any of the combination of items listed below. It’s usually followed with….

5. Looking for?

This can be a sentence or a paragraph. Interchangeable with “into?” and sometimes noted as “lkng for?”
Tip: Never respond with “recipes” or “”needlepointing”.

6. Top or bottom?

This will ensure compatibility. This is not in reference to a bunk-bed position!
Tip: Always respond with “vers” to keep all your options open. Termed as “active” or “passive” in many foreign countries.
Note: Experienced users assume that vers = bottom.

7. Cut or uncut?

This question may be unnecessary if the guy you’re speaking to is known to be Jewish or South American.

8. Poz or neg?

Interchangeable with “DDF?”, or “clean?” Miraculously, besides for revealing HIV status, everyone seems to be ‘drugs and disease-free’. I guess herpes isn’t prevalent any longer!

9. PnP?

Slang for “party ‘n play”. Refers not to a scrabble pajama party, but the use of drugs and sex simultaneously.
Tip: In some countries, this is known as “wired play”.

10. bb or safe?

Nope, not Barbara Bush! Unlike the picture shown, this refers to your practice of safe sex or not.
Tip (especially for Gen Y): Statistically, condoms reduce the spread of HIV!

11. Smooth or hairy?

There can be many categories here: moderately hairy, stubble, scruff, smooth, shaved w/stubble, shaved without stubble, bear hairy, manscaped, or natural.

12. Wild or mild?

Aka “mild to wild” or for those that are bit more adventurous… “wild to mild”. Not talking chilis here but references if you like vanilla fun or a bit more hardcore. If unfamiliar with this expression, always just say “pretty open”.

13. Date or fun?

Certain apps and sites allow you to choose “networking”, “friends” or “dates”, but people don’t usually show their torsos on LinkedIn.
Tip: If only looking to date. put “dates only” in your description! Though, you may not get many responses.

14. Masc musc?

Never say “femme”. Your interviewer here wants to know if you are indeed “masculine” and “muscular”. The proper response is “str8 acting, you?” If you don’t say this or “yes”, you’ll certainly be blocked.
Tip: Wear a baseball cap when he comes to increase your masculinity. Preferably backwards.

15. Gay or bi?

Ohhh, this is a tricky one. You have to figure out what the other person WANTS you to say and then say that. Sometimes, “bi” is meant to go along with “masc” or “top”.
Tip: If in a college or military setting, always say “bi”.

16. Discreet?

This person may have a girlfriend (often out of town) or have an office in the Capitol.
Tip: Often misspelled as “discrete”, so ensure your spellcheck is on!

17. Tatts?

Also includes piercings, prince alberts, or stretched out earlobes. Often used in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

18. Single?

This person is hoping you have a boyfriend and most likely looking for a threesome.

19. Pix?

Slang for “pics”. Your other party wants to see more pictures to ensure accuracy.
Always have a few ready, because when you send one he may respond with “more pix?” or “any x pix?”
Tip: Never send pictures of yourself smiling. Gays do not like pictures of smiling boys when trying to hookup.

20. Text me?

Interchangeable with “wanna come over” or “let’s play”
What this means: Yay! You’ve made it to the end!

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