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    Dear all,

    What is the meaning of "rub" in:

    "This guy is so muscular. I might want to go home and rub on my husband's shoulders"

    What does rubbing shoulders have anything to do with the guy being muscular?

    Thanks a lot

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    Re: rub

    Dear lord! What are you reading/watching? haha

    I'm not sure what she is saying. I'm guessing she means foreplay. Because the muscular guy is sexy she'll want to have sex with her husband.

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    Re: rub

    Quote Originally Posted by maiabulela View Post

    What does rubbing shoulders have anything to do with the guy being muscular?

    Thanks a lot
    Nothing. "To rub shoulders with" means "to associate with." "When she arrived in Washington she began to rub shoulders with all the big decision-makers."
    Like freezeframe, Iwonder what you've been reading and my guess on the meaning is about the same. (Smile)

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