Define "Light Petting" and "Heavy Petting"

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seow_lang:
Quote from: TheEye on June 26, 2006, 10:04:23 AM

Pet, not pat.

Oops! :P

seow_lang:
Quote from: ChocoMint on June 26, 2006, 02:38:02 PM

pet, not pat...

wow our mr eye noe so well sia...  :D)

light petting = touch touch nia
heavy petting = got put in fingers one  :OO

eh...not sure lah...i tink so nia~

ChocoMint knows a lot too hor...? Hehehehe ;D

TheEye:
Quote from: ChocoMint on June 26, 2006, 02:38:02 PM

pet, not pat...

wow our mr eye noe so well sia...  :D)

light petting = touch touch nia
heavy petting = got put in fingers one  :OO

eh...not sure lah...i tink so nia~

Oh noes... Sexposed... :red: :red: :red:

seow_lang:
So heavy petting means putting finger inside her "there" meh?

valval:
Petting means stimulating another person's sex organs or breasts - usually with your hand or mouth.

It's actually an American word - originally meaning to stroke or caress (as one would stroke a 'pet' cat).

There was no equivalent word in 'polite' (British) English, so the US word 'petting' gradually became used worldwide during the 20th Century. In fact, the expression 'petting' and 'to pet' have now become a little old-fashioned - so that in the UK it's now much commoner to speak of:

# 'touching someone up'
# 'frigging someone'
# 'rubbing someone up'
# 'bringing someone off' (if petting proceeds to climax).

All these are still slang expressions, and the only non-slang English expression is 'masturbating someone'. In practice, this phrase is hardly ever used - because of the fact that most people only employ the word 'masturbation' to mean self-stimulation.

Instead of saying 'petting', many of today's couples talk about 'love play'.

'Heavy petting' is an American expression that usually implies petting below the waist - rather than just involving the breasts.

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