Buzz·Posted on Aug 25, 2015We Asked 13 People How They Felt About The "Netflix And Chill" CrazeWe asked 13 BuzzFeed employees how they would react to the question, "Do you want to watch Netflix and chill?" Their responses were pretty hilarious.by Kirsten KingBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink In case you aren't familiar with the concept of "Netflix and Chill," Urban Dictionary does a pretty good job summing it up: urbandictionary.com And if you've ever been asked this question early in a relationship, you know there's usually some ulterior motives that don't involve Netflix. imgur.com So, we decided to figure out how people react to being asked if they'd like to "watch Netflix and chill." 1. Some people had their priorities in order. Kirsten King for BuzzFeed "If by 'Neflix and chill,' you mean 'Netflix and enjoy my free air conditioning.'" 2. Other people just really wanted to watch their favorite show. Kirsten King for BuzzFeed "Wait...so are we watching BoJack or not???" 3. Some people thought of Netflix as ~baby-making~ time. Kirsten King for BuzzFeed "Dad, where do babies come from?""From 'Netflix and chill,' son." 4. Others were just plain down for Netflix and chill. Kirsten King for BuzzFeed "I'm down. ;)" 5. Some people cut the BS and said what they really thought it meant. Kirsten King for BuzzFeed "So, you wanna fuck? :)" 6. Others reminisced on a better, simpler time. Kirsten King for BuzzFeed "In my day it was called 'Blockbuster and chill.'" 7. For some, words couldn't fully express what it meant to them. Kirsten King for BuzzFeed 8. Others had some stipulations. Kirsten King for BuzzFeed "If they propose cheese pizza too, we're a match!" 9. And some people just wanted to watch something that wasn't available on Netflix. Kirsten King for BuzzFeed "What about PBS Frontline and chill?" 10. Some people just weren't having it... Kirsten King for BuzzFeed "Nobody comes between me and my stories." 11. ...and some people were REALLY feelin' the idea. Kirsten King for BuzzFeed *Grabs lube.* 12. Some people went with the ghosting method. Kirsten King for BuzzFeed "New number who dis?" 13. And some people just wanted to "Netflix and chill" alone. Kirsten King for BuzzFeed "Byeeee...."