(Closed) PDA!

posted 6 years ago in Intimacy
Post # 3
1093 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

You could have “accidently” spilled a glass of water on them… kind of like hosing 2 dogs humping with water…lol!!

The most intimate I get with my husband in public is I grab his butt in Walmart!!

Post # 4
344 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: December 2009

Since I was dating, I was always a private person. I’m not a PDA type of person and now that I’m married I’m not close to become one. We hold hands and kiss but we don’t make out and certainly we hold off the PDA when we are at a restaurant. I’ve always thought that was not appropriate because no one needs to see that. Maybe I’m too old fashioned.

Post # 5
2778 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

@amoret11:  I agree we weren’t really like that either.  Before Fiance I was even uncomfortable holding hands in public lol.  We recently went to an event with some couples that must have been new or just because they were young (well younger than us we are 26) but they were super clingy and like sneaking kisses and holding hands.  I kind of felt like I was in a room of teenagers,  There was only one older couple there and they acted much like my guy and I did.

We always joke that we are an old married couple.  We always end up at restaurants, the movies, getting ice cream etc with the middle aged and elderly couples lol.  He jokes that we are off to a great start because we are out with all the couples that have learned to appreciate each other’s company over the years!


@Ill Be Mrs B:  Lol.  I’m guilty of doing this around our apartment complex when we walk the dogs.  I figure no one is really looking…

Post # 6
3174 posts
Sugar bee

We’ll hold hands and kiss and he’ll put his arm around me but that’s it. 

Post # 7
4789 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: January 2019

We steal kisses every now and then and hold hands all the time. Sometimes I’ll lean on his back or shoulder or he’ll pull me in for a hug. That’s it, and the amount really depends on the situation. Walmart is a lot different than going out to dinner. 

Post # 8
3357 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

I don’t mind occasional pecks or hugs but if you can’t let go of each other or have to suck face, get a @#$%ing room.

Post # 9
374 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

Minimal to no PDA for us. We wil hold hands once in a while, or hug while we are line waiting for a movie or things like that. But that is about it.

Post # 10
2874 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: March 2013

we hold hands, hug, and kisses on the cheap/a peck on the lips. sometimes if im standing in front of him he’ll put his arm around me

we dont have makeout sessions – ie with tongues. or fondle any bits that we wouldnt do in front of our grandmothers

i dont see that our behaviour is inappropriate in any kind of restaurant. with tongues would be

Post # 11
1577 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

I consider us to do a fair bit of PDA.

We are always holding hands, or arms linked, or fingertips tucked into each other’s belts/back pockets.

We don’t usually kiss in public, except for a quick peck; but we’re definitely always touching.

Post # 12
895 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

I’m not a fan of over the top PDA. I think it’s disgusting for one and rude people don’t need to see all of that in public.

Darling Husband and I do hold hands and the occasional peck and we hold hands and every so often I smack his butt just for fun because he gets a lil shy haha but that’s it. When we were teenagers we were bad but as we became grown we realized it was distasteful.

Post # 13
2 posts

@Ivorybuttons:  That is exactly how we are, also. I do agree that it looks bad when couples are making out or all over each other in public, but holding hands I think is cute. 🙂

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