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By Anonymous - / Wednesday 15 May 2013 06:43 / United States
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By  Kalipczo  |  21

How is holding hands vile? He seems like an immature douche bag, or an overly conservative religious nut. Find someone who will want to hold your hand all the time :3

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  VampireBiter  |  7

There are plenty of cultures in which hand holding isn't such a good idea, it has a lot to do with class and proper etiquette, don't hate on the guy who finds it indecent.

By  Kalipczo  |  21

How is holding hands vile? He seems like an immature douche bag, or an overly conservative religious nut. Find someone who will want to hold your hand all the time :3

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  Voqab  |  3

23 Dat is exactly wat it is

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  crazytwinsmom  |  25

Or it could be due to his culture, even though it states US, he could be from somewhere else. My brother dated a girl in American Samoa and he couldn't hold her hand unless a chaperone was present but she was swimming topless with him.

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  crazytwinsmom  |  25

It was just stating an example of different cultures viewing things differently. Exposed breasts at the beach was normal and expected, not taboo. But the intimacy of holding hands in the early stages of dating required a chaperone. Confusing? It certainly was to my brother. But he had to respect their wishes since he was a visitor.

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  melody309  |  35

#24, I brought my boyfriend to youth group with me shortly after we got together, and we were disciplined for holding hands. They expected us to act like we didn't know each other. Needless to say, we never went back. Some overly conservative religious nuts really are like that ... :/

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  RedPillSucks  |  30

Many cultures are not keen on PDA (Public Displays of Affection). Hand holding, a slight peck, or walking too close together tend to be forbidden. It's not always about religion.

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  VeganVampyre  |  26

That must work well for you...

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