It's just a British habit. Xx

Thursday, January 19, 2017

Some people say it's a habit, some say it's friendliness.
Others say if you don't get a 'X' at the end of a message people may assume you're either angry and some even class it as a positive emotion indicator.

A kiss of kindness... apparently kiss politics are a serious issue. It's said that the first to send a message with kisses is the friendliest and how many depends on
a) how much they like you
b) how friendly they are.

Some say people put kisses (xx) to show gratitude and thanks. Some have said that when they are angry or upset with someone they intentionally leave off the kisses a the end of their messages.

You wouldn't put kisses (xx) to an Ex partner though. That's strange and people can read sooooo far into those few kisses it can cause soooo many problems.

What do you think? 
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