Via Ace, Dr Helen asks,
When I look at my husband with affection, am I leering?
Well, let’s look at the Dictionary
verb (used without object)
1. to look with a sideways or oblique glance, esp. suggestive of lascivious interest or sly and malicious intention: I can’t concentrate with you leering at me.
2. a lascivious or sly look.
And for those of you not familiar with the word lascivious,
1. inclined to lustfulness; wanton; lewd: a lascivious, girl-chasing old man.
2. arousing sexual desire: lascivious photographs.
3. indicating sexual interest or expressive of lust or lewdness: a lascivious gesture.
So let’s take a look at the picture:
They’re married to each other.
Leer away, Mr and Mrs Thompson.
Now excuse me while I go leer at The Husband for a moment.
Back from leering
Fred was on Hannity, and Jay has the video:
Please join us at noon Eastern Time on Monday, June 11. And no, we won’t leer at each other since
a. We’ve never met
and b. We’re all taken.
Cross-posted at Heading Right