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thatoneguy97

How do you explain a poke on Facebook

just a weird question.

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Its for the attention seekers

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cutsandscars

I never really understood the point of it either.

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That1BadNovelist

It is weird and makes you feel uncomfortable

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Miyuette

Just to get their attention.
*pokes*
:)

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i guess it just sumthin to tell them ur thinking of them and then they just get really unconfortable :D

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RussianPink12

I'm pretty sure that it's just a virtual way of flirting with someone.. Idk :)

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its just a ( lazy ) way of saying hello and acknowledging you

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i know rite
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The guy who invented it was awkward and apparently thought that poking people on Facebook was better than talking to them in person..

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When you poke somebody, you technically want to get somebody's attention. Ok, so there is a poke icon and you press it and it will ask you who you want to poke, and you know somebody can poke you too, and if somebody does they will send you a message that says "You have been poked by..."

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Awww you think I interest you? How sweet.<3<3<3 cuz im in your interests lol.

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thatoneguy97
You told me to. I'm in yours too, remember?
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