And so it goes.....  

funwithyou602 57F
67 posts
9/17/2005 10:36 am

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And so it goes.....


I have decided not to finish my reunion. I don't really care for graphic language and in order for me with my limited vocabulary to adequately describe this encounter I would have to get pretty graphic. Besides, there isn't much intrest in it.

So I was pondering over handshakes and hugs this morn. Hubby and I were discussing the various kinds and I decided to let my few readers learn of the various types I use.

My least personal one: A firm grip, telling one that I mean business and there is work to be done.

The soft grip, I am weaker than you.

Two handed hold, you are important.

Take someones hand and with the other touch their shoulder. Warmth

High handed grip with the right and pull them in for a one arm hug. These have varying degrees of intensity. A pat on the back is a "Hey bud" A pause is a "My friend" and of course when I have the hots for someone who doesn't know that, I grab their hand, pull them in for a hug, sqeeze and rub and then back for a soft sparkly smile. LOL, that is a very subtle pass and they usually aren't clear on it's meaning. If I am actually wanting more of course the subtle look becomes more flirty and inviting.

I often sway to the warmer side of contact and always limit the firm grip to business dealings.

Being a mix of modern and tradition and remembering when a true gentleman wasn't so rare, I just melt when I man takes my hand and kisses it. I am very self sufficient and can hold my own but what a turn on when a man will stop to change a tire, open the door, pull out my chair. I am perfectly capable of changing my tire, opening my own door, pulling out my own chair, but it does make me feel more feminine when a man offers to do such things. The last time someone came to my aide I was checking my oil at a gas station worried that it was to low to drive far. I had my good clothes on and gathered up tons of paper towels, stood far from the engine and pulled out the dip stick. How funny it must have looked as I looked like I was dealing with an infectious agent. Young men passed by, and even middle age men passed by, but then a man stops, asks me if I need help and I graciously accept....He was in his 70's.

redmustang91 58M  
8917 posts
9/17/2005 11:19 am

Nice some still remeber how to be a gentleman! Lost art for the kids I think. One of the bad things woman's lib did I think. Not that women cannot do these things but nice for the guy to use his strength or willingness to do some of the more disagreeable tasks for the females.


rm_playaa5 33M

9/17/2005 12:15 pm

Nice it is all about being a gentleman..


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