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post #346 of 481
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post


Why don't you up it to a brochain?

Or rub chins, you know, start something new.
post #347 of 481
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Originally Posted by idfnl View Post


Yep. I'm not into unnecessary affection.

True affection is rarely unnecessary. Drunk chic kissing men on the mouth is not affection. You've either confused the two or made an inept comparison (or non sequitor just to cover all the ad hoc bases).
post #348 of 481
I was at a bar with a friend and the bartender made my friend the wrong drink. My friend said don't worry about it, now you're getting a negative tip, just kidding around. The bartender didn't think it was funny at all.

Can you do that on a tab when paying with a credit card? You know, under the space for tip write in -$20 and then the total with the negative tip? That would be funny. Let's all try it.
post #349 of 481
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

I was at a bar with a friend and the bartender made my friend the wrong drink. My friend said don't worry about it, now you're getting a negative tip, just kidding around. The bartender didn't think it was funny at all.

Can you do that on a tab when paying with a credit card? You know, under the space for tip write in -$20 and then the total with the negative tip? That would be funny. Let's all try it.

This doesn't work. The CC processing doesn't allow negative tips
post #350 of 481
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post


True affection is rarely unnecessary. Drunk chic kissing men on the mouth is not affection. You've either confused the two or made an inept comparison (or non sequitor just to cover all the ad hoc bases).

True affection rarely needs to be manifest physically. Greetings to guy friends dont have to be expressed thru huggy wuggies.
post #351 of 481
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Originally Posted by idfnl View Post


True affection rarely needs to be manifest physically. Greetings to guy friends dont have to be expressed thru huggy wuggies.

/brohug
post #352 of 481
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post


/brohug

ha!

european friends usually get brohug, american friends not - unless time since last meeting is over 3 months, in which case they get a one brohug. one brohug only.
post #353 of 481
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

Scenario: popular upscale restaurant. If the owner greets you at the door is it permissible to give him a bro hug? If female the hug/kiss? Or you are seated for dinner and the owner comes over, permissible to stand up and give him a bro hug?

"Bro hug"=hug? Sure, why not., greet people as you'd normally greet them this isn't a funeral. Can you believe how lame it would be to downgrade familiarity and affection.
post #354 of 481
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Originally Posted by freedom_fries View Post


ha!

european friends usually get brohug, american friends not - unless time since last meeting is over 3 months, in which case they get a one brohug. one brohug only.

2 kisses for everyone (europe) and hug for men, 2 kisses for women (NA) is usually how it goes. Well if you're like from Finland and all reserved and freaky I'll shake hands.
post #355 of 481
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post


2 kisses for everyone (europe) and hug for men, 2 kisses for women (NA) is usually how it goes. Well if you're like from Finland and all reserved and freaky I'll shake hands.

Pene to pene contact or not?
post #356 of 481
Fang, if we ever meet on the street in Tokyo, I'll not only brohug you, I'll dock with you.
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Ewww
post #358 of 481
Not that I'm against the whole kiss on the cheek thing but I just can't pull it off. Was not raised that way and it feels forced. Plus I'm still a little unsure on protocol. I mean, do I lick their cheek and go in for a shocker with the off hand or what?
post #359 of 481
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Originally Posted by impolyt_one View Post

Fang, if we ever meet on the street in Tokyo, I'll not only brohug you, I'll dock with you.

I don't have ze foreskin, you?
post #360 of 481
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Originally Posted by NorCal View Post

Not that I'm against the whole kiss on the cheek thing but I just can't pull it off. Was not raised that way and it feels forced. Plus I'm still a little unsure on protocol. I mean, do I lick their cheek and go in for a shocker with the off hand or what?

I've got the protocol down but sometimes others dont and you either clang glasses or worse a lip on lip graze.

I was made to do this shit as a kid with some of the smelliest elderly a kid could imagine.
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