48 hour rule (hooking up)



when trying to get with a girl and something/someone inturrepts it, one has 48 hours to seal the deal. if failed one spirals deep into the friend zone
john: hey man my dad walked in on me and stacy last night.
rick: bro you got 48 hours to seal the deal or else its the friend zone for you.
john: ohhh the 48 hour rule (hooking up)

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