In light of Lawfare editor Benjamin Wittes’s recollection that former FBI director James Comey—after trying to blend into the curtains—had been “disgusted” by Trump’s attempt to hug him at a White House event in January, former Clinton staffer Philippe Reines released a video of Hillary Clinton practicing dodging his…
Sometimes people want to hug other people. There is not necessarily anything wrong with this, but in general there is too much hugging in today’s society, and people should really lower their expectations of when and where they are entitled to hugs. I personally do not love to hug but society makes me.
We're baaaaaaack and this time with some cutie photos of men touching one another (appropriately, of course).
London has a reputation for being a cold, cloudy place, and I'm not just talking about the people (zing!). So when comedian Rob Delaney offered a hug to LDN residents, Jezebel's boyfriend/father figure Patrick Stewart jumped at the chance!
A charter school in America's insufferable kid and parent-related news mecca of Brooklyn has outlawed hugging in the halls between classes because school officials find the practice "distracting" for the children. Smiling, eye contact, quotes from Will Ferrell movies, and dumb made up handshakes are still allowed. But…
Even though it's only existed for just over a 24 hours, we've already fallen for the Hugs From Drake tumblr. It makes it seem like the dude is just handing out cuddles. We're interested. If he spoons, we're down for that too. Whatever. We're flexible.
Today, a man reveals a deep, embarrassing secret: he likes to cuddle. So does his penis.
A new survey shows bullying is, indeed, disturbingly prevalent: half of teens said they'd hit someone in the past year. Is the cause a shortage of hugs?
You really have to stop pestering the other editors on their day off. It's not nice. Why are you so angry? We can all get along swimmingly. Peas and carrots, I tell you. Let's learn from each other. Or just yell.
Want to know the secret to a happy marriage? Four hugs a day! A recent study of married couples in the UK reports that regular signs of affection like four hugs a day as well as at least 22 periods of quality time spent together every month help make married couples happier. The study also recommends at least two…