Why/How is it okay for a random animal to lick you, but not a random human.?

Why/How is it okay for a random animal to lick you, but not a random human.?

What do you think?

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  1. Because animals communicate through nonverbal communication. Licking, pawing, head butting(gently), etc. Mean they are trying to convey affection and get your attention.

    A random person doing any of this, is very strange. When a Hello, how you doing works. Or just saying what you need. And besides in this day and age of passing on germs and such, amongst each other. Be very insanity for a random human to just lick you.

  2. Human mouth is more dangerous. If someone spits on your face the mouth bacteria can permanently blind you, which is why it qualifies as assault & battery. Human bites typically get badly infected too. Mouths are for people you are somewhat intimate with, because of the trust needed to put your murder hole near someone’s body.

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