Like I said, this has only been observed by me on three or four occasions in the past few years, and always by white males with whom I was engaged in
favorable introductory conversation like at a party. It definately was not a flirting gesture (I'm sure I would know the difference) but it looked
Frankly I'm kind of embarassed that I posted this because I thought for sure someone would back me up. I don't want to look like some kind of
Hey, I just typed in "winking secret society" at Yahoo and guess what, I made #4 on the
list! That's pretty cool. I guess if the
topic is so rare that this very post makes it into Yahoo then there isn't anything to it. And here I was hoping I could get invited into some cool
secret club. I am now going to quietly slink away and put my dunce cap on.
No, smallpeeps, you have found proof of something of which no written documentation exists!
It is merely an oral tradition, it would seem, and I gotta say man, if someone throws me a wink, I will be winking back. And then I'm going to do the
2 point grip of TubalCain, but thats probably excessive.
I mean, you could just ask if they're on the level, and go knee to knee with them?
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