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Posted 12/10/11
Oh people actually do that.
Posted 12/10/11
It's sad people are still doing that. I've seen people do that since I was little lol

but yeah, hover hands is stupid.
Posted 12/10/11 , edited 12/10/11

WackyFiasco wrote:

Never heard of such a thing. Magnetic hands, absolutely. Can't count the number of times I've had to give some guy that warning look for just grabbing my arm or something, as if it was obligatory or compelling for him to do so.


What you just said... I think is why hover hands happen. A lot of betas are afraid to show any confidence, because they are afraid of rejection due to overly sensitive/insecure women freaking out over skin contact.

You give fuel to awkwardness!

Either way I'd rather freak you the hell out for touching you on something as innocent as the shoulder, than being a beta bitch and projecting my hand heat over your skin.
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Posted 12/10/11
lol! Never did it, mostly because I don't touch people in general. Also, never had it done to me either. I tend to move away when someone's (regarding strangers) hand get's too close to me. The poor guy, maybe he was just about to touch when the shot was taken? Like his hand was in the process of laying down on her shoulder?
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Posted 12/10/11
Nope c:
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Posted 12/10/11
Can't touch this do do do doo, do do do doo
Posted 12/10/11

varnlestoff wrote:


WackyFiasco wrote:

Never heard of such a thing. Magnetic hands, absolutely. Can't count the number of times I've had to give some guy that warning look for just grabbing my arm or something, as if it was obligatory or compelling for him to do so.


What you just said... I think is why hover hands happen. A lot of betas are afraid to show any confidence, because they are afraid of rejection due to overly sensitive/insecure women freaking out over skin contact.

You give fuel to awkwardness!

Either way I'd rather freak you the hell out for touching you on something as innocent as the shoulder, than being a beta bitch and projecting my hand heat over your skin.


It is apparent that distinctions need to be explained. I have no problem with light, benign contact from strangers. I am in the hospitality business. In fact there is ample research showing that some nonsexual touch (such as on the shoulder, as you've offered) can increase guest satisfaction with their service experience, including dining. It can increase a server's chance of a larger tip by sending the message that they show compassion and concern for whomever they lightly touch.

This is not what I am referring to. It is not OK for some guy I have never seen before or spoken with to suddenly and forcibly grab my arm with almost painful pressure, in an attempt to prevent me from walking away. It is not OK to suddenly bite me on the abdomen while I am dancing on the dance floor, or grab my rump... or to stalk me to a Denny's after the clubs have closed, yakkity yak at me while I try to eat and be polite to you, grab my knee under the table, make me toss your ass to the ground when you try to forcibly kiss me, and ultimately causing me to pull the camping hatchet out from under my car seat when you try to follow me home... am I making myself clearer here?
Posted 12/10/11 , edited 12/10/11

WackyFiasco wrote:


varnlestoff wrote:


WackyFiasco wrote:

Never heard of such a thing. Magnetic hands, absolutely. Can't count the number of times I've had to give some guy that warning look for just grabbing my arm or something, as if it was obligatory or compelling for him to do so.


What you just said... I think is why hover hands happen. A lot of betas are afraid to show any confidence, because they are afraid of rejection due to overly sensitive/insecure women freaking out over skin contact.

You give fuel to awkwardness!

Either way I'd rather freak you the hell out for touching you on something as innocent as the shoulder, than being a beta bitch and projecting my hand heat over your skin.


It is apparent that distinctions need to be explained. I have no problem with light, benign contact from strangers. I am in the hospitality business. In fact there is ample research showing that some nonsexual touch (such as on the shoulder, as you've offered) can increase guest satisfaction with their service experience, including dining. It can increase a server's chance of a larger tip by sending the message that they show compassion and concern for whomever they lightly touch.

This is not what I am referring to. It is not OK for some guy I have never seen before or spoken with to suddenly and forcibly grab my arm with almost painful pressure, in an attempt to prevent me from walking away. It is not OK to suddenly bite me on the abdomen while I am dancing on the dance floor, or grab my rump... or to stalk me to a Denny's after the clubs have closed, yakkity yak at me while I try to eat and be polite to you, grab my knee under the table, make me toss your ass to the ground when you try to forcibly kiss me, and ultimately causing me to pull the camping hatchet out from under my car seat when you try to follow me home... am I making myself clearer here?


Wow, I wouldn't have guesses those things happen, I try not to associate with members of the same sex who are of lower gene pool.
btw, that mostly sounds like sexual harassment and assault, not something I would relate to hoverhanding or casual skinship which is the topics main point.

Sorry bout' the misunderstanding.
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Posted 12/10/11

Oisinner wrote:

Put your hand on her you pussy.


When I read that the first time, I didn't see the 'you'.
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That guy knows to press Z + R twice.
Posted 12/11/11

speekma wrote:


Oisinner wrote:

Put your hand on her you pussy.


When I read that the first time, I didn't see the 'you'.


Lol I thought I was the only one.
Posted 12/11/11

speekma wrote:


Oisinner wrote:

Put your hand on her you pussy.


When I read that the first time, I didn't see the 'you'.


Well I was kidding either way lol, I don't like emoticons...they seem to be a clue into whether people mean what they say or not these days.

Posted 12/11/11

Oisinner wrote:


speekma wrote:


Oisinner wrote:

Put your hand on her you pussy.


When I read that the first time, I didn't see the 'you'.


Well I was kidding either way lol, I don't like emoticons...they seem to be a clue into whether people mean what they say or not these days.



Sometimes. I've seen research state over and over that emoticons are the most used form of expression on forums because it helps translate the type of emotion you are attempting to put in
Posted 12/11/11

varnlestoff wrote:


Oisinner wrote:


speekma wrote:


Oisinner wrote:

Put your hand on her you pussy.


When I read that the first time, I didn't see the 'you'.


Well I was kidding either way lol, I don't like emoticons...they seem to be a clue into whether people mean what they say or not these days.



Sometimes. I've seen research state over and over that emoticons are the most used form of expression on forums because it helps translate the type of emotion you are attempting to put in


I could have put "lol" at the end though, sorry if I offended you at first.
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