Hooking up usually constitutes going straight to the bedroom or living room (whichever you prefer) without dinner or drinks beforehand in a public place.Hook-ups are usually initiated by flirty text messages, a facebook message or a DM (Yes, some men go fishing on Twitter and Instagram via direct message) and happen after the hours of 9 pm and may include sporadic sexting throughout the week.A new study has found that the chance of finding love on a given day is just 1 in 562 if you leave it entirely to fate.But the good news is that there are several things you can do to improve those odds, including saying yes to after-work drinks, and joining online dating services.The researchers, from the University of Bath, calculated the odds of falling in love with the help of celebrity mathematician Rachel Riley.The researchers based their calculations on 18 key factors, including your location, desired age, physical attractiveness and relationship status.
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