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Thirsty? Can I offer you a drink?

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“Can I offer you a drink?” A co-worker asked this ques­tion and I laughed during another experience of what is adequately described as “the thirst.”

“Thirsty” or “thirst” can be defined as a male or female who portrays a certain level of desperation to get what they want. Also, most commonly, it is their way to “do the most” in hopes of gaining attention.

Although nothing is wrong with wanting attention from someone you have interest in, the tactics used are what char­acterizes one as “thirsty.”

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