2010/01/28

Winkability

DaGoddess @ 12:48

I do not possess the wink gene. Oh, I can wink just fine. But what I can’t do is wink in a way that stops someone in their tracks and makes them look at me in a whole new light.

I want to be able to do that. I just don’t have the power. And I kind of think that sucks.

However, if there is to be any consolation at all in this disappointing discovery, I have been told that I have the sweetest eyes…that I’m calming…relaxing, even. I guess if my eyes are capable of only one power, that’s as good as any, right?

Do you have the wink gene?

6 Comments

  1. I definitely don’t have it, and I can’t think of anyone that does. Maybe we should check Snopes to see if it’s an urban legend. :zombie:

    Comment by Miachelle — 2010/01/28 @ 16:59

  2. The secret is in choosing the prime target and not wasting the wonder of the wink on less than deserving plebes. Do I possess it? Why, yes, I do. But very, very few are recipients.

    Comment by Omnibus Driver — 2010/01/28 @ 19:53

  3. Not really. There’s this other thing I used to do, with my eyes… as good as a wink. Been married so long I prolly don’t remember how anymore… :biggrin:

    Comment by Pam — 2010/01/29 @ 08:51

  4. There’s wink gene? Man, I’m never up on the current science of these things.

    Comment by Jan — 2010/01/29 @ 09:59

  5. oh yeah, i can make them look at me in a whole new light – the light of what’s wrong with her, does she have something in her eye?

    Comment by patti — 2010/01/30 @ 14:39

  6. More than the wink gene, I want the head waggle gene. You know, the mmmmm-mmmm-mmmmm, girlfriend, don’t gimme no sass head waggle. I want that.

    Comment by Kimberley — 2010/05/31 @ 10:26

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