One cannot give nor receive enough hugs! Not too long ago catnip featured Hugs: The Universal Language. Being universal means you can hug in Chinese, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Malaysian, Russian, etc., etc., etc.
Regardless of the language, a hug is still a hug. It takes on different forms as variances in the hug project different meanings being dependent, of course, on the mood of the moment. For instance, a warm, passionate hug could be followed by a French kiss. A feeling of excitement could result in a strong, German hug where the feeling of broken ribs might enter into play.
Because of the hug’s universality I am sending you a passel, a bushel and a peck, a plethora of hugs your way! Grab hold to at least one and pass it on. . .
There are those who wish hugs to be banned
What a sad day when one cannot extend a hand
For you see it is that extended part
From which the hug initially starts
Relinquishing all doubt whether needed or loved
All that matters is bound in just one simple hug
Are you a hugger?
Before leaving, you must visit Ute Smile and Hug – ology. While there, browse around her wonderful site. . .