• I think its generally to show you come in peace and are not armed. I'm not supposed to shake hands since they started my chemo back in Nov, and now with the coronavirus I'll stick to the fist bump.
  • History shows that the custom is ancient and it's meaning is varied, from a simple greeting to a sign of trust. The way I was raised, a handshake says a lot about the person.

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