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Dear /a/, what do a girl's hands feel like?
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>>10119356
I read this shit and I just RAGE, I just want to slap the shit out of you pathetic asses. Just open a vein and die if you fucking are such a total failure as to not be able to attract one female's interest in you. FUCKING KILL YOURSELF and quit making these god dammed loser threads.
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>>10119835
you forgot your delicous sage.
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;_;
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soft and warm
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Like cutting through a wet towel.
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wow. I was gonna say something like "small and soft as if they use way too much lotion but in a good way."
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I wouldn't know ;_________________________;
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;_;
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the same as a man's.
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>>10119356
Depends. Some, as soft and warm as that of a baby. Others, calloused and rough, often cold due to their environment. Either of those are fine with me.
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It depends. Sometimes they are soft smooth.. A lot of times they are dainty and not that special
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Dear /a/, why are you do /jp/ like?
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small and cold, at least my girlfriends hands are, they're tiny.
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>>10119492
...
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>>10119356
Feels like my hand. A girl once commented that I have a hand of a girl.
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like salty milk and coins
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We'd have to actually hold a girl's hand to answer that you know ;_;
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It's been so long I've forgotten ;__;
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itt, point of ronery thread is entirely missed
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Small, cold and moist.

I actually miss my underaged b& years.
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>>10119540
Wrong part.
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I MISS THESE SO MUCH

MOOT WHY
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Y'know what the great part about holding someone's hand is? If you sit there, very still, for just long enough, you start to feel their pulse. It's quiet, fluttering, soft, and seems to barely be there, but eventually, you can just hardly feel it, the gentle pressure beating against your own palm, the rhythm of this person so close to you very softly pressing against your fingers.

Soon, you'll lose it, the pulse being getting mingled up in the bond of skin on skin contact between the two of you, the low pound in the veins and arteries of the other lost in your own, but it isn't long until, again, you feel it, that warm, squeezing, almost communicative feeling once again caresses your hands.
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depends my hands are always warm, some hands are cold some hands are warm
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Y'know what the great part about holding someone's hand is? If you sit there, very still, for just long enough, you start to feel their pulse. It's quiet, fluttering, soft, and seems to barely be there, but eventually, you can just hardly feel it, the gentle pressure beating against your own palm, the rhythm of this person so close to you very softly pressing against your fingers.

Soon, you'll lose it, the pulse being getting mingled up in the bond of skin on skin contact between the two of you, the low pound in the veins and arteries of the other lost in your own, but it isn't long until, again, you feel it, that warm, squeezing, almost communicative feeling, once again caress your hands.
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Like the stings of a thousand angry bees.
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Y'know, the hand itself, that's not really what feels so great.

Instead, it's the knowledge that someone is actually willing to touch you. That they're comfortable being in contact with you for so long. That just sitting there, feeling you, is okay, and beyond that, that it's enough for them.

That's what's really so great.



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