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What's in a wink?

By The_Bibas · 6 April 2018 ·
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    What's in a wink?

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  2. Colin

    Colin PV Sprtr

    Never had a wink sent to me but have sent a few I just take it as there not interested and don't bother them again. As for messages I will always reply as I think that they have taken the trouble to write it its only polite to answer :tiphat:
     
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  3. So you send winks but don't get a reply..
    But you reply to messages sent to you?
    Try sending messages instead of a wink
    X
     
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  4. i dont think we have ever sent winks or received. we reply to messages and think its rude if people dont repond back to us even if its a no thanks.
    bex
     
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  5. Winks are lazy :)
     
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  6. The-Gent

    The-Gent PV Sprtr

    No winks are a little nudge thats all !
     
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  7. No they are lazy..
    Rude even if not followed up .
    I never respond to winks

    Xx
     
  8. I would have thought a wink is a good opener ? As in may be interested wink back or reply if you are too... less forceful an approach than a message but an approach nonetheless. Defo going to stop using a wink now though after seein what everone else thinks .
     
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  9. Remember different strokes for different folks
    Sx
     
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  10. The-Gent

    The-Gent PV Sprtr

    Must ne able to only send one wink
     
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  11. Haha so true sammy but still We’ll need to remeber what we see as an invite could be seen by others to be the exact opposite.
     
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  12. The-Gent

    The-Gent PV Sprtr

    Well on here I dont know if you have to over think anything otherwise brians go out of control !
     
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  13. KingBadger!

    KingBadger! Admin Admin Sprtr

    Yes, until the recipient sends one back, you can only wink at a member once.
     
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  14. The-Gent

    The-Gent PV Sprtr

    I see thats why right I got it.
     
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  15. Pearls

    Pearls Site Owner Staff Admin

    I wink people guys and don’t mind receiving one. I think it’s a nice start but you could always use the wink as a conversation starter if you know what I mean :whistle::D
     
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  16. If people choose
    Totally agree
    Some see it as lazy while others see it as playful and fun
    Sx
     
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  17. Pearls

    Pearls Site Owner Staff Admin

    Can be a lot of fun. If you do it right and make it fun ;) *wink* :D
     
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  18. Well if you got a cheeky wink in pub or club would you complain
    Sx
     
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  19. Pearls

    Pearls Site Owner Staff Admin

    Not at all. I used to love getting wolf whistles too. :D
     
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  20. I'm probably guilty of winking when out lol lol maybe why I'm
    Not offend my winks here
    Sx
     
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  21. Pearls

    Pearls Site Owner Staff Admin

  22. Lips_Pearls

    Lips_Pearls PV Sprtr

    They're a fun way of waving to someone and just saying hello. Granted some may say it's lazy and you should make more effort, but they're a harmless bit of fun really. x
     
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  23. Pearls

    Pearls Site Owner Staff Admin

    ;)
    As I said it’s a good conversation starter. You can always send a quick message saying. “ just thought I would show how lovely your profile is by giving a little wink”
    Job done. ;)
     
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  24. Baldrick

    Baldrick PV Sprtr

    Sending a wink is fine, it's a little fun and flirty. I find it's best to send a wink and follow it up with a message. Say something with more substance than "Hi" If someone says "Hi" to us, we say "Hi" back, and then it's conversation tumbleweed.
    Read a profile, send a wink, send an icebreaker message preferably mentioning something you've read on their profile or seen in the forums.

    Good luck (y)

    B x
     
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  25. Pearls

    Pearls Site Owner Staff Admin

    You only said hi to me :rofl:
     
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