The privilege of touch

Touching another human being is not a right, it is a privilege.

Woman cuddling her dog.

Woman cuddling her dog. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Touch can send shivers up your spine.

Shivers of appreciation.

Shivers of revulsion.

I almost racked a guy on church property who touched me without permission.

It was not the touch, per se, but the intention behind the touch.

To cop a free feel.

Blech.

At the most, I would have given him the Church Hug.

Y’know the one.

NEW YORK, NY - AUGUST 27:  Julissa Fugeuroa (L...

NEW YORK, NY – AUGUST 27: Julissa Fugeuroa (L) and Arianna Guzman (R) hug friends as they evacuate from the Jacob Riis Houses, located in a mandatory evacuation zone in Manhattan, on August 27, 2011 in New York City. There are approximately 370,000 city residents in low lying areas are under a mandatory evacuation order ahead of Hurricane Irene. (Image credit: Getty Images via @daylife)

Where you take all of your good bits and lean them back so they cannot even accidentally touch any of his.

It can also be referred to as the All We’ll Ever Be Is Friends Hugs.

You know that you have been given or received that hug. LMAO.

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