Hello again...thanks for your input...I will give that nonverbal
communication idea a try.
take it easy...
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To: "Shelley" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, September 11, 2002 9:33 PM
Subject: Re: winking
> I'm not sure why we came up when you did the search on when and why
> winking became known as a flirtatious gesture. I can't think of any of
> the Snacks that have to do with that. My guess, and it's just a guess, is
> that winking being a flirtatious gesture might be too old to be documented
> as to when and why it originated. You could try researching body language
> or non-verbal communication and see if you get any closer to an answer.
> Let us know what you find out.
> Nina Thayer
> Snacktalk Moderator
> > You folks came up on the net when we searched for the answer to this =
> > question.
> > When and why did winking become known as a flirtatious gesture???
> > Any suggestion???
> > Thanks!
> > Shelley
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