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Being a wedding guest doesn't guarantee you'll have suitors falling over you left and right, but there's a reason wedding hookups are a stereotype.Receptions tend to be full of young, single people — mostly friends and friends of friends — who have romance on the brain and a dance floor nearby.I also worry that it really isn't so easy to meet someone who is exactly what you're looking for.So I decided to watch the demo film on the Web site.It really is that easy to find exactly what you're looking for.I was clearly confusing it with "who you're looking for." Pin Points X really is the answer to so many of society's woes that I can't imagine why it has taken developers so long to come up with something so ingenious. As you do, you'll see that the most beautiful thing about this little app is that after you have found exactly what you're looking for, you can rate it (or as the Web site so touchingly puts it: "Rank Other Members") alongside all the other exact things you've been looking for in your long and exacting life schedule.Canadian researchers (Herold & Mewhinney, 1993) confirmed this in a study of college students more than 20 years ago: How They Met, 1993 The two studies had different parameters, but it appears not much has changed.
The urge to have sex is something that many find difficult to control.Canadian researchers (Maticka-Tyndale et al., 1998) surveyed college students to identify those who hoped to have sex during the break.Afterward, a second survey showed that a majority said, "Mission accomplished": 61% of the men and 34% of the women said they’d had intercourse within one day of meeting their spring break hook-up partner.Some women feel used during hook-ups—some men do, too. Those who fear that hook-ups threaten young adults’ well-being often assume that soon after, many—particularly women—feel regret.But according to this study, plenty of young women participate not because they feel exploited, but because they to. Several studies have documented post-hook-up regret: about regret, ignoring other possible reactions.