I often hear (and use) the phrase "Let's hook up later", meaning "let's meet/talk on the phone/have a beer".
When you have sex in a committed relationship, it’s easy to understand why they call it making love. Both kinds of sex can make you feel alive and sexy.
It is not explicit in an offensive or rude way, but you will leave no doubt that that is exactly what you mean.
1 While I generally agree with your answer I think if I heard someone say, "I hooked up with my friend last night" I would not think had sex with.
Emotionally, you should be prepared to enjoy yourself in the moment.
You shouldn’t have casual sex because some guy expects it or to satisfy someone else’s ideas of what it means to be an independent woman.
One was a guy I'd met through the campus newspaper, and the other was my ex-boyfriend (LOL messy, I know—let's not dwell on that). My friends were bogged down with homework and somehow I wasn't, so it was FWB time, obviously.
It was my junior year of undergrad, and I'd been consistently hooking up with two guys at the time.
Shouldn't you already kind of know your chances with your Facebook friends?
If they said, "I hooked up with this girl/guy I met" then I'd think sex was involved.
If it really was the case that a friendly relationship had turned sexual last night I'd expect to hear something like, "You won't believe this but my friend and I kinda 'hooked up' last night" or something that adds a bit more of a hint.
Do it only if you want to and don’t regret a thing. If you find out that hooking up is not your thing, you don’t have to do it again.
If it’s only a one-time hookup, be prepared to go your separate ways with good feelings about the hot moment you shared. It’s ok to be more comfortable with monogamous sex. Now, if you find yourself wanting more than a hookup, be prepared to have a serious conversation.