In this relationship video Matt Titus and Tamsen Fadal talk about advice on public displays of affection and why it is necessary for a relationship.
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Tamsen: Hey everybody, Matt and Tamsen here. Okay, today’s topic probably likes debate, PDA should you do it or not? Matt: Absolutely it’s the sexiest thing on earth, I love it. Nothing like a couple— Tamsen: Making out somewhere? Matt: Earrings flapping all over the place, I love the whole thing. no, seriously, it’s nothing, nothing better to see a sexy couple in the corner, you know sort of like gingerly—kissing, holding, I like it. I think it’s hot. Tamsen: You know what, I think its fine if you want to hold hands and like give a little kiss. But if you’re in the corner like overtly making out, no need to share it out. What’s the purpose of that? Matt: What’s allowed? Tamsen: You show the people how much you love. In my book of PDA— Matt: Yeah, what’s acceptable? Tamsen: You know what I think, you can hold hands. I think you can kiss and you can hug, not viciously like that or what but it just something like you had to be like rose— You’ve seen people or you have to agree with it that sometimes it’s too much. It makes you feel like— Matt: Sometimes absolutely, sometimes it is too much. But I just think it’s sort of natural. I think at the end of the really cool date or when you’re hanging out and you’re in the mood or through at like a concert or at lounge or jazz whatever, you know a real sensuous kiss in the backdoor corner don’t hurt anybody. Tamsen: At the concert like come on over here and let’s make out. Matt: No, not one of those concerts. I don’t feel it to those concerts. Tamsen: Whatever. Matt: That’s a head banger concert. Tamsen: What do you guys think about PDA, should you do it or not? Let us know your thoughts, please.
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