EXPOSED: That signal, look or code word you give your friend when...

EXPOSED: That signal, look or code word you give your friend when...

We all do this, so let's see which way is most effective...

EXPOSED: That signal, look or code word you give your friend when...
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We all have those cues that we give our friends when we face an interesting, awkward or uncomfortable situation. 

Whether it's a hand-gesture, a look, a word or phrase, these signals can be a big help.

One user mentions how she slides the word "avocado" into a situation if it's time to leave or something is off in the situation. 

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Most times, the signals are used for situations where safety is a concern or in public/crowded areas. However, around certain friend groups, these cues can be used for almost anything.

When we asked the Drive team what they do, J Sbu shared that he makes a certain noise. This noise indicates that there's a little something, something going on and "sh*ts about to hit the fan".

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Stacey shared that she has a certain look that she gives her friends. Since she is very candid, she rarely has to use cues and is rather straightforward about what she wants to say.

When we asked KZN what they think, they had similar takes on the situation.

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What cue do you use most frequently? Vote below:

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Do you have any interesting stories that come with these 'secret signs'? Make sure to inbox us on Facebook @StaceyandJSbu

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