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Why is a wink seen as being affectionate?

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Why is a wink seen as being affectionate? It is the same globally?
Adam, Dulwich

Answer

** Definitive **
Name: Lewis, Watford
Qualification: I’m a full-time Casanova!
Answer: It’s to do with Masonic handshakes and secret gestures. It’s a way of communicating without other people in the room knowing you are communicating. It's a very British thing and is different all over the world.