“Gifting” Is Gross
Christine Friar
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I AGREE. It feels like some kind of consumerism programming.

But I have decided that the aversion to “moist” has something to do with how it regulates breathing. I unconsciously match my breathing rhythm to the person I’m paying attention to, and when they stop breathing regularly it DRIVES ME NUTS. (Though I note that “moist” and “panties” are words associated with female genitals.)

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