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As not much is known about the religious practices of the Vikings, those Big tittied grannies in the series are mostly fictional, and licking the hand of the Seer came up as a of respect towards someone with contact with the gods.
He gets his jollies. Seems like it would happen, people kiss a woman's hand, seems no less likely that the licking would occur. Found Cobie smulders lesbian kiss internet! The licking of the Seer's hand is nowhere near flirting, especially with the intense eye contact being held during the licking.
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Not sure but I do recall in the moviethe Seers or Oracles, what have you were these narly ass dudes that would give prophecies in exchange for some of the village hotties to make sexy times with. All I know is that I like it when they lick his hand cause he sure seems to enjoy it and it makes me happy to see him happy hahaha. Created Mar 4, Top posts april Sca sex cult Top posts of april, Top posts Back to Top.
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I've noticed that whenever the Seer gives his visitors advice, the visitors have to lick one of his hands upon leaving. Reply Share. Travis [Vikings star Travis Fimmel] did it first.
That is true, but kissing a woman's hand is more of a flirty action. Maybe there is history behind it, maybe it's just hollywood.
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But this is all speculation, I'll have a read about it and report back with actual evidence. It seems like it's a "thanks" or a return for the advice he Free alljapanesepass gangbang wife, but is it more than just that?
It seems pretty gross to lick someone's hand, especially seeing how the Seer lives. More posts from the vikingstv community. Is there any symbolism and are there any written recordings of this happening, or did the directors just made this up?