If you sit in a chair for a while, stand up and then sit down again, you don’t notice anything unusual.
But if you sit in a chair that someone else was recently sitting in, the chair feels warm!
So my question is: why do you not notice your own ass heat, but you do notice the ass heat of someone else?
What’s up with that?
You know, it actually reminds me of a time long ago (college days).
I was at a party, a really big one. One of those that’s so packed you have to wedge through people to move around. Shoulder to shoulder, you know?
Or in this case, ass to ass.
So I’m standing in the kitchen chatting with folks when I become aware someone’s ass is pushing against mine in an almost kinda friendly way.
So I pushed back a little. After a while we were kind of subtly rubbing asses in a very casual, off-handed way.
I never did turn around, and to this day have no idea who that was.
And as I wrote this I realized it happened again many years later, although this time is was during an Oktoberfest post-outing in a local Keller bar.
(Oktoberfest post-outing: go to the Fest and drink the beer, eat the brats, listen to the lively polka music. Then after they kick you out of the tent, go downstairs to the bar for some serious partying. And I assure you, for this taxi cabs or bus rides are always involved.)
Anyway, down in a packed Keller bar, same deal with the ass pushing. Only this time I knew who it was, and she was cute! I was honored!!
But again, it was just two asses that rubbed in the night; we never spoke a word.