SEF,SpyderEdgeForever wrote:What would you do or what should someone do if they want to show kindness, friendliness, and a welcoming spirit at social events and gatherings, but, the person is uncomfortable with shaking hands and hugging and other forms of physical contact with most people, because of possible hygiene issues, ie, you don't want to catch a cold virus or whatever else from them?
sal wrote:Knife afi's are pretty far out, steel junky's more so, but "edge junky's" are just nuts.
SpyderEdgeForever wrote: Also, do you think a kangaroo would eat a bowl of spagetti with sauce if someone offered it to them?
Ahh you are the man, I heard from your habits ... (just kidding)Mako109 wrote:At business/social events, when someone puts out their hand to shake I just hold out my fist and say "fist bump, I don't want you to catch my cold" (even though I don't have one). I also keep a travel sized spray bottle somewhere near by...at my desk, briefcase, etc.. I travel to Europe and Asia regularly for business and often use local public transportation to get around town, so I like the little spray bottles that are the size of a highlighter pen with a clip so I can keep it handy.
AMEN BROTHER ! It's no different then holding a handrail,door handle, another's keyboard,rental car steering wheel,keypad or touch screens!standy99 wrote:Shake hands, the more you do the better your immune system will be.
Old school handshaking guy here and never had a issue I can say. Played rugby for all my youth and most adult life and more physical contact than you could poke a stick at with tackling sweaty guys week in week out..........
Or you could stay home in a bubble
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