Instead, millennials — today's 20-and-30-somethings — "meet up" and invite their romantic interests to hang out with a group of friends."Sometimes, there isn't even a telephonic invitation; just a last-minute SMS or tweet for an impromptu 'hook-up' or chat," says graphic designer Ankit Wadhwa, a 30-year-old wading through the shifting landscape of contemporary dating.Driven by social media Social media has drastically changed everything about dating.Says ad guru Prahlad Kakkar, "Technology has made life much easier for young people.Boys don't have to climb a wall to meet their girlfriends.
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Social networking sites play many roles — connectors of mutual friends, precursors to blind dates, playgrounds for pre-date flirting and re-connectors of exes and long-lost lovers.
The current generation is subverting the traditional rules of courtship.