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Seen the over comment discsussed elsewhere. What carry out you guys think. Is it flirty once a woman starts conversation with a guy by saying, \"hey you\" ?
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Interesting, as plenty of men say this is a come on and when a women says this come a man it way they want them...So I mean the concerns really are:1. Ladies who have actually used this expression on men, to be it a flirty / affectionate term for a man?2. Men who have received this comment, did it bring about a date or relationship?
In one case, a entirely unabashed \"yes!\" and also in yet another case, a flat \"no!\" Not once she had actually a poor reputation and was as ugly as homemade sin!
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I would never ever say it to a man I was no dating uneven he to be my brother and I needed assist moving furniture.But I do say it periodically to grandfather H. Follow me the lines of calling the end \"hey you i need help in here\" as I call out indigenous the bedroom when undressing. Typically I do it once he is law something completely unrelated to sex so it is a pretty surprise as soon as he comes right into the bedroom \"
Well climate damn.Using VAR, i heard mine wife begin a conversation utilizing the \"hey you\" intro. Through a colleague. The did not bring about anything much more but is play on my mind together something the a married woman need to not say to a colleague...
Given your other thread, I would certainly say this is a red flag. Is this the same occupational colleague girlfriend told to stay away from your wife? walk she ever cite that incident? Sounds choose you regulated to obtain a an excellent quality VAR.I occupational with females at the office (in the UK) and also often castle will usage that hatchet with world they recognize well and also are generally pleased come see. Numerous of castle who room in sales are additionally flirty to try and be \"one of the boys\" so to speak.Don\"t desire to derail this thread together you have an additional thread going, however yes it is a term of familiarity.
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It was a various colleague, in a diferent building. He just said \"Hello\" in responce. But when i heard her saying it, it just sounded a little bit too \"cosy\" and affectionate. Not certain if this is large enough to do anything of.How have to I proceed?
It was a various colleague, in a diferent building. He just said \"Hello\" in responce. But when i heard she saying it, it just sounded a bit too \"cosy\" and affectionate. Not sure if this is big enough to make anything of.How must I proceed?
I would wait it out & view if girlfriend hear anything much more incriminating through the VAR. Speak \"hey you\" isn\"t constantly flirting; ns would have to see the person\"s body language & hear your tone to be able to give one opinion top top that. Just keep your ears & eyes open a tiny bit an ext before making any kind of confrontations.
JustTired, I will certainly wait and see. Manfromlamancha, she works in invest banking so it can gain flirty. Just don\"t want it in ~ my expense thanks to arbitrator, Holland and lila also!
forget the words because that a second and since you var(ed) it, what was she tone favor in speak to this is mine take, the sweetest sound in the human being for any type of of united state is our very own name, as soon as someone calls you by your very own name it suggest that that this human is rememberable, hey girlfriend sound less endearing and might imply to the other human that i can\"t even bother to call you through your own name, that ns don\"t even have time to point out your name when all i want is information or help. Even if it is you have just reason to be suspicious of her wife\"s activities can not be identified by \"hey you\", prevent red herrings as soon as possible.
There are large differences amongst \"Hey, you\", \"Hey! You!\", and \"Heeey, you!\" ton - and circumstances - matter. Whether the instance is severe or humorous. Unless the remainder of the contents is flirtatious, you yes, really can\"t tell anything.

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One the the girl\"s that provided this line through me to be a Minnesota festival that ns met and also dated for a when not lengthy after Divorce No. 1 was consumated, and practically fell head over heels about. I sort of believed that it\"s usage was a regional sort the thing, due to the fact that I had never previously heard girls from the South ever before use it.For a southern boy, I assumed that it\"s intake was cool and also refreshing to the point that i reciprocated that use through her ~ i beg your pardon she really seemed to love!But frankly, ns would never ever use it on a woman uneven I was somewhat serious around my intentions v her!The just other festival to usage it to be an out-of-state co-employee at the Federal agency I operated for, however I really execute not think that she was utilizing it to come on to me, as I important think the she just had actually trouble remembering mine name! Being quite unattractive herself, she additionally had a quite unattractive BF at the time that I never heard her usage that heat on, at least whenever he was current with her at society functions!

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