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OnceDear
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June 11th, 2018 at 3:31:25 PM permalink
Quote: GWAE

just curious, when you visualized this said penis, was this a porn star penis or a don't take your shorts off in gym class penis?

I only got a glance at it $:o) It felt rude to stare.
I guess it was a 'Bloody hell, you nearly had my eye out with that'
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June 11th, 2018 at 3:44:10 PM permalink
Quote: OnceDear

I can't get out of my head the image of you tapping a strange woman on the shoulder with your penis, and then her freaking out! ( I know... you said arm, but I visualised )

Seriously, were you behind her, or facing her? That might go someway to explaining. Anyone tapping you on your arm from behind might reasonably make you jump out of your skin or freak out if it came was unannounced. If you were facing her, I suppose you tried to get her attention verbally first?

Some ladies carry their bags on their arms and even if she wasn't, she may have been instinctively defensive.
I'd expect a slap if I did what I think you did, especially with a stranger of the opposite sex.

Directly perpendicular, no pun intended.
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June 11th, 2018 at 3:48:21 PM permalink
Quote: onenickelmiracle

Has this ever happened to you? I tapped a woman on her upper arm with my finger and she acted like I groped her. She shook, gave me a dirty look and was rude. It's not like I had any interest in this woman, I'd say she was universally unattractive. She was young(21-24), God only knows what the snowflake had been brainwashed to believe about such things. I was offended she was offended.



Maybe you poked her in a spot where she received a shot for a horrible infection of some sort? Upper arm is the usual place for shots.
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June 11th, 2018 at 4:28:48 PM permalink
Quote: onenickelmiracle

What would be the frequency be of a negative reaction from someone you have already recently interacted with? I'd guess about 1/500, not a number I would consider high enough to reach the level of rudeness. I don't exactly remember, but I may have tried speaking with this woman to get her attention before I tapped her with my finger on the arm. It was after all, just a finger, not a penis. Aggressive my @$$, that's total bs. Warning given to you for putting the B in BBB and comparing me to a child.



You asked. I gave you an honest answer. And was trying to dig into it a little, as it's something I know is socially unacceptable, but hadn't really, consciously thought about why. So much for being helpful.

I certainly did not call you a child; I was trying to visualize situations where this was ok, and the only one I could come up with was a little kid tugging on a stranger's arm or pant leg or something. Anybody older, it would not be welcome.

You want to continue touching strangers and getting negative reactions, good luck with that. As someone else said, you can expect to get slapped at some point.
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June 11th, 2018 at 5:53:14 PM permalink
Quote: onenickelmiracle

Has this ever happened to you? I tapped a woman on her upper arm with my finger and she acted like I groped her.



You're just another obvious #metoo candidate.
You got lucky she didn't sue for the permanent
psych damage you caused.
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June 11th, 2018 at 6:14:51 PM permalink
Quote: EvenBob

You're just another obvious #metoo candidate.
You got lucky she didn't sue for the permanent
psych damage you caused.



Is it wrong for women to profile unknown men, any more than it's wrong for police to profile blacks, or border guards to profile people from certain countries?
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June 11th, 2018 at 7:57:40 PM permalink
Quote: beachbumbabs

You asked. I gave you an honest answer. And was trying to dig into it a little, as it's something I know is socially unacceptable, but hadn't really, consciously thought about why. So much for being helpful.

I certainly did not call you a child; I was trying to visualize situations where this was ok, and the only one I could come up with was a little kid tugging on a stranger's arm or pant leg or something. Anybody older, it would not be welcome.

You want to continue touching strangers and getting negative reactions, good luck with that. As someone else said, you can expect to get slapped at some point.

I will be slapped after ten million years.
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June 11th, 2018 at 8:06:57 PM permalink
Quote: billryan

Why would you tap a stranger on her arm?


To get to the other side. Why would you tap a stranger on the arm? I touch people all the time, it is just confidence.
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June 11th, 2018 at 8:39:52 PM permalink
Quote: beachbumbabs

That's the reaction of someone who has been beaten or assaulted. Rather than defaulting to "snowflake" looking to take umbrage, I would suggest you not tap on people (strangers) to get their attention. "Excuse me" when they're not looking, or going around to where you make eye contact, then speaking to them, would both work better than poking them.

Sorry, but these days, you're probably the rude one, though I don't recall it ever being polite to touch someone who's not looking at you. (Deliberately, that is - accidental contact should generate a "sorry" or "excuse me", too, but is more easily forgiven.)

It's an aggressive move that breaks into people's personal space. Little kids are forgiven it, but by grade school, it's not done.



I have to agree with babs here. These days you just donít make physical contact with strangers in any way.
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June 11th, 2018 at 9:27:15 PM permalink
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It did help me hatch and rear ~8,000 tadpoles. And then they cleaned the entire thing spotless and quadrupled in size in the span of 3 days while I did nothing but sit and watch.



Frogs: bah!

Our house has a waterfall and pond in the back yard; some nearby neighbors think it's cool to have frogs around, so they coddle the little critters, emboldening them to explore.

Once they reach our pond they die.

My wife and I listen nightly for the "ribbit ribbit" of croaking frogs: it's our call to action.

We grab flashlights, a pool skimmer and a flat shovel and go hunting.

We get them to enter the water and then it's game over: scoop them up with the skimmer net, flick them artfully out of the pond and onto the lawn, then WHAM with the working end of the shovel.

Just bagged one ten minutes ago.

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