What’s your take on Bang With Friends?

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A girlfriend of mine shared a post on Facebook last night. Her post read “Brilliant!”. She had just posted an article about a new Facebook application called ‘Bang with Friends’.  Yes,! Bang with friends as in have sex with them! This app was invented by a small group of clever university students in just a few hours & it’s fast becoming one of the most popular apps on FB.

So, how does it work? Well, once you authorize it, you can select people in your circle of friends you would like to sleep with. You do this by clicking a “down to bang” option associated to that person. Your selections are anonymous unless the other person has also flagged your name in which case you have a ‘perfect match’. Brilliant….right?

If my answer were ‘wrong”, would you call me a prude? With all the talk about privacy surrounding Facebook, this has got to be the most risky & racy app around.  Can you just imagine what would happen if your list of favorite hotties got out? Not to mention how offended friends could get if they chose you but you didn’t choose them!  This app might actually have the power to break your friendship with a big bang!

On a scale of one to ten, how dicey do you think this whole concept is? Do you think curiosity will kill more than a few cats?

This is Crissy Faita for Learning English Matters.

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Vocabulary Boost:

  • Brilliant – fantastic, smart
  • To bang with  – to have sex with
  • Clever – ingenious, inventive
  • Sleep with – to have sex with
  • Down to bang – agree to have sex with
  • To flag – to select
  • A prude – a person who is too proper
  • Risky – chancy , dangerous
  • Racy –  sexy, lewd
  • Hotties – people you think are attractive
  • To get out – make known
  • Dicey – risky, not safe
  • Curiosity killed the cat – being curious can get you into trouble

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Share this ‘What’s your Take’ with your circle of friends…it’s a fun way to learn a little English.

LEM..xo

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