It is a primitive way of solemnizing a bargain. It is not done in "polite society."
Even more primitively, this saliva swapping derived from the old blood oath, of making a cut in the hand and co-mingling blood. Now, we say , for persons of integrity, " His word is his bond" .No bodily fluids need be exchanged.
spit on their hands
Spitting on your hands, and bringing them together to shake. Solidifies a promise.
spit on the hand
The past tense of Spit is Spat. I spat on my hand.
The correct term for spit is "saliva". people call it spit because of the action of spitting.
The 'Spit Handshake' originated around the 14th century in modern day Czechoslovakia. Working class individuals often had dry and callous hands due to hard labour, so when handshaking an individual they experienced some pain. In fact there was an account, (fabricated most likely) of two men's hands spontaneously conbusting due to the friction generated from their handshake. To counter this pesky and common problem, Hans Spitstein developed the 'Spit Handshake' in which both parties would lubricate their hands before commencing the act. Obviously as these were working class men, oil was not readily available and so spit was used as a replacement. Over time the act of spitting on one's hand and offering it became viewed as an act of respect and trust, involving into the 'Spit Handshake' we know and love. Sources: A Brief History of the Handshake
No - except perhaps in the short term. More sperm will be produced. This is similar to when you spit: your body produces more spit.
spit is a backwash from the humans spit glands amoungst a human throut. people spit because the spit is acutally toxins or germs that are realsed in a liquid.
That's easy you will need the food for it then shake it in your mouth and spit it back in it's living spot
chew it - then spit it on the table and shout "this is terrible"
People have saliva to aid in digestion. Camels and llamas spit ON people to express fright or annoyance. It's a warning.
The interior hand rail and drain often found in professional competitive pools are referred to by the slang term "spit rail" since swimmers could spit into them without fouling the pool water.
Um yes you can spit seeds. You can spit water melon seeds peach pits cherry pits stuff like that, but yes you can spit seeds. What does that have to do with Miley Cyrus?
It is very good at keeping camel mouths moist and lubricated. Camels can also 'spit' at people when people get too close or cosey with them.
Don't spit it out ... thats the medicine ( really ? ) I put it under my tongue till its completel disvoled and swallow the rest with water. kicks it in quicker regardless of what people say. i know first hand.
Yes. It does.
they spit on you
they spit on people
you get sick
It is your spit. Your spit is more tham germ but it is your blood, your DNA and also it is like a caterpillar in your mouth. That is why people would'nt want to get near to your spit
To get the spit and condensation out of the French Horn slide each valve out of their position in the horn and shake the contents out. Then turn the french horn around until all the water has come out. Then put each valve back in the correct place. For the key valves hold down each key while taking each valve out. That is how you get the "spit" out of a French Horn.
yes they live in Peru and around that area *they spit grass-spit at people who come to close to them*
To make it wet before giving a hand job so it does not hurt the man.
Non-popular, gross people
Normal people don't .