Does appending "and chill" to something have the same subtext if it's not "Netflix"?
For example if someone said "would you like to come over for video games and chill?" or "we could watch a movie and chill". Does that have the same subtext as if someone asked to "Netflix and chill"?
I'm autistic so I struggle with this kind of thing. I know it's probably obvious.
- CogitoLv 79 months agoFavorite Answer
Adding 'and chill' to any invitation to do anything is just saying that as well as watching a video, a DVD, playing a game or whatever, you can relax there.
It's a short way of saying "and we can relax and chat and enjoy ourselves".
For example "We can meet for coffee --- and chill."
"We could play with the puppy --- and chill."
- marys.mommaLv 79 months ago
"Netflix" is not a verb, which is what's called for grammatically in this situation.
They probably meant, "Do you want to come over and watch something on Netflix and then just hang out?"
- FoofaLv 79 months ago
"And chill" is often subtext for making out, having sex or getting high.
- PearlLv 79 months ago
chill means to relax
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- dripLv 79 months ago
Watch Netflix and chill, would be appropriate.
- Emerald IsleLv 59 months ago
Not technically. But since Netflix and chill is a phrase seared into most people's heads, when i hear (something) and chill, the first thing I think of is sex.