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Updated on Tuesday, April 8

#6271

QUESTION: Guys, do you ever just hold a girl's (not your girlfriend) hand for no reason?

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  1. Of the guys I know, the only one who thought that was normal (a friend's ex) turned out to be a major creep.. So there's that.

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  2. NOOOO.. maybe I will hold your hand for a little longer than a handshake to show my affection but no way am I holding hands with someone and walking.

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  3. ya, if u're taking their pulse

    u would hold their bum if u were to take their rectal temperature

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    1. 11.7/10 fuckin killed it

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    2. that's a reason, idiot. and are you 8? hahahaha he said bumbum, so funny!1!!

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  4. For no reason? No. If i'm hitting on her, yes.

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  5. Until you brought it up, I had never even thought someone would try to do that because it's just something that isn't done. The only excuse I could think of is if he's from somewhere where this is acceptable, in which case he needs to be told to stop for his sake and that of the probably confused girl he's grabbing.

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  6. Not holding hands while walking. I just noticed how he would sometimes take my hand and hold it when we're hanging out (just me & him). We're friends and I just wondered if maybe he started liking me more. -OP

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    1. You are so dense I feel bad for the guy. Normal friends don't hold hands.

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    2. I have a female friend who would do this. It *may* not mean anything but it's worth asking.

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  7. @ 7a --> + 1 . Ofcourse the guy likes you.

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  8. I had a coworker do it. We were just friendly and he was dating someone else. It was after a nice night out with our other young coworker. We were drunk and singing Christmas carols along Bay Street.

    If he is reading this, I hope he is enjoying his life and is happy!

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  9. In my first year when I lived in residence I had the bad habit of disappearing or running off when my group of friends would go out to get food after drinking, once I fell. After that a rule was implemented that someone always had to hold my hand when we went out. This is the only situation I have encountered where holding hands with my male friends seemed normal.

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