2019-10-20 at 4:41 PM UTC
So there I was, at the eatery today and while sitting there doing nothing but minding my own bussiness and waiting for my food to arrive, a 4.y.o year old approached me
[spoiler=WARNING: The following story contains graphic description of how I accidentally touched a 4.y.o today and if such things offend your senses and/or decency then go away and don't read. back button is right there ->]
and tried to sniff the side of my leg and/or my side pocket so knowing where and what she has been sniffing all day every day I naturally didnt want her wet nose to come in contact with my fresh pants (I've been wearing it for just 3 days)
so I held my hand out and waved in a 'no, stop' gesture in front of her muzzle in an attempt to halt her progress, I dont know if she was very smart or very stupid, but instead of stopping she ducked her head under my hand before nudging it up so that part of my thumb/palm came into contact with that exact spot on her head where she wants to be petted, and then kneaded my hand repeatedly after that.
since i've already done what i set out to prevent and that is coming into contact with unwashed free dogs, i decided to give her some more of those well earned and deserving pats.
shes earned it.
my food arrived shortly after and i was too lazy to go wash my hand so i just ate without washing them and i felt very dirty for that for the rest of the day.
in retrospec i think a few pats on the head is a good price to pay for not being sniffed at with a wet nose or licked.
2019-10-20 at 8:40 PM UTC
Do you remember when I got flashed by a 12 year old titty?
She wasn't embarrassed or anything because she didn't even notice it. It's better that way for both our sake.