The Anti-Date Trend : Shots - Health News Dating is so, like, five minutes ago, say the 20-somethings. Take our poll and tell us what you think.
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The Anti-Date Trend

Are more young adults these days eschewing dating for casual hook ups, which means anything goes, including sex, no strings attached? Seems so, reports NPR's Brenda Wilson on Morning Edition today, because they are focused on friends and careers, not marriage.

"Going out on a date to dinner and a move? It's so cliche -- isn't that funny?" 25-year-old Elizabeth Walsh of Boston, who graduated from college in 2005, tells Wilson.

Hear the story here, then take our quiz on your reaction. We'll get back to you with the results soon.




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