Cupid's Pulse Article: Will You Witness ‘The Walk of Shame’?Cupid's Pulse Article: Will You Witness ‘The Walk of Shame’?

By April Littleton

Directed by Steven Bill, The Walk of Shame tells the tale of a reporter whose one-night stand with a stranger leaves her stranded the next morning. Unable to find her phone, ID or car, she must think fast in order to make it in time for the most important interview of her life.

Should you see it:

If you’re into comedies, The Walk of Shame will be a refreshing movie to see. Elizabeth Banks and James Marsden star in the lead roles, so expect to be entertained.

Who to take:

This rom-com will be great to see with just about anyone. Take a group of friends, or save this film for a special date night. If you’re flying solo over the weekend, treat yourself to a dinner and a movie.

How do you know when your hookup is turning into something more serious? 

Cupid’s Advice:

Flings can be fun to have every now and then, but sometimes the person you hook up with may end up being someone you can truly have a relationship with. How do you know when lust is turning into love? Cupid is here to help:

1. Friends: If your friends have met the person you’re fooling around with, that may be a sign your hookup is actually turning into a relationship. You’re no longer keeping your crush hidden behind closed doors, and he/she is actually interested in getting to know you and more about your life outside of the bedroom.

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2. Communicate: The two of you clearly have chemistry, but you might be turning your fling into a little something more if you’re having meaningful discussions with each other. Does your hookup ask about your day? Do you talk about important matters with each other? If you do, you’re on the right track to starting a real romance.

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3. Dates: Lets face it, flings don’t normally result in a date. If the two of you are going out together (day or night), you have something more serious going on. If you’re ready for a relationship, continue on the path you’re on. If not, slow down and keep things more casual.

How did you know when your hookup was turning into something more serious? Share your experience below.