Hooking Up & Staying Hooked (HUSH) is the guide for high school guys to having game, getting girls, and hooking up. This is the how to of relationships, romance, and getting intimate for your life. Whether it’s talking to girls in the hallway or taking her on a great date with your meager allowance, the advice on this site is meant to help you hook up and stay hooked.
Sure there are a lot of “experts” out there that claim to give you everything you need to pick up chicks or score with women – but they overlook a few realities that limit you. What does it mean to have a “bachelor pad” anyway when you live in your parents’ house? Or when was the last time you met a girl at a nightclub? Leave the other guides alone and get the advice fit for you.
Dig in, tell your friends, and delete your browser history… you’re about to discover the secrets to success with the opposite sex in high school.
What You’ll Find
- You – Advice on making sure you’re ready for grabbing girls’ attention.
- Dating – Tips on asking her on a date, taking her out, and being a bf.
- The Bases – Hooking Up How To’s. Somebody’s got to tell you.
- Problems – Trouble shooting the rough spots of the dating world.
- Ask – Got your own questions? Ask them here.
- Advice – New advice updated all the time!
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