Women and Pancakes – The unusual version

Yesterday was Pancake Day. It was also International Women’s Day.

Ladies from our launch party

In celebration of both these, Wink’d wants to discuss two of its favourite things: amazing women and amazing piles of warm, flavourful, delicious, syrup-coated bread.


First, amazing women.


What makes an amazing woman? Is it confidence, strength, delicate sensuality or tender habits? Is it the bold willingness to drop a Wink’d card in a martini glass (…not that we know from experience ;D ) or to say yes to a proposed date?


Is it the bravery to have all sorts of delightful liaisons and write about it, a la Sex at Oxbridge blogger? Or to raise two darling children in a happy marriage while cooking each and every day, like the mum at Peas and Thank You?


Here at Wink’d, we like them all.


Why don’t you tell us what you think? What makes an amazing woman?


Second, amazing pancakes.


In America, they’re big and fluffy. In England, they’re thin and stuffed. In France, they sell them on the streetcorners, dripping warm bits of melted Nutella and fragrant banana.


Savoury or sweet, big or bigger, pancakes are pretty much the ubiquitous comfort food.


Click this link for a great recipe from the BBC, done in the classic English style.


And Third (bet you didn’t know there was a third!), Wink’d likes love. A lot. So why not mix the above two things? Cook a great meal for a special woman. Make her some pancakes. Let the love grow.


Get out there and celebrate.








About Wink'd

Wink'd is a fun, savvy social card that lets you make new connections with strangers, future dates, future flings, future partners or even simply future friends. The social cards can be anything from cute and flirty to sexy and mysterious to just plain funny. You can give them to anyone, anywhere, at any time - and they can make a connection back to you using your very own exclusive Wink'd written code and scanning code which links them directly to your Wink'd online profile and allows them to send you an anonymous message if they so choose. It's that simple: just Wink at someone by handing them a card and let them connect with you online!
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