A handkerchief also called a hankie or, historically, a handkercher is a form of a kerchief or bandanna, typically a hemmed square of thin fabric or paper which can be carried in the pocket or handbag , and which is intended for personal hygiene purposes such as wiping one's hands or face, or blowing one's nose. A handkerchief is also sometimes used as a purely decorative accessory in a suit pocket; it is then called a pocket square. It is also an important accessory in many folkdances in many regions like the Balkans and the Middle East ; an example of a folkdance using handkerchiefs is Kalamatianos. The material of a handkerchief can be symbolic of the socioeconomic class of the user, not only because some materials are more expensive, but because some materials are more absorbent and practical for those who use a handkerchief for more than style. Handkerchiefs can be made of cotton , cotton-synthetic blend, synthetic fabric, silk , or linen. Handkerchiefs are also used as an impromptu way to carry around small items when a bag or basket is unavailable. They could also serve as a substitute for a bandage over a small injury.
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Naturally, men are not known to carry a handkerchief around unlike women who never lack one or two in their handbags. However, this important cloth is essential especially during flu season when sneezing and a running nose is the order of the day. In the past, one was considered a gentleman for offering a lady a hankie when in distress. Most of them present them in a pack which is awesome since it ensures that you never run out of a hankie. As a woman, getting a pack of good quality handkerchiefs would be an ideal gift for your special man, son, brother or even a male friend who never has a handkerchief nearby. A plain white hankie is a symbol of elegance and style which is evident in this cotton handkerchief. The hankies come in a pack of six which is a good number so that you never run out of them.
I think in You Only Live Twice, back in Tiger Tanaka tells Bond how disgusting it is to carry a handkerchief around instead of a tissue that can be thrown away. I have chronic allergies, and when I get them I get them bad. I hate having to either rely on being near tissues, or carry around a pack at all times, and I personally find a waste bin full of moist, wadded up bits of tissue much more repulsive than a handkerchief. And if it gets dirty, it gets washed.
By allergyboy, October 11, in Related Fetishes. Nice picture allergyboy, thank you for posting that. These photos prompt me to ask a question. In the hankie phobic U.