It's common knowledge that some people just aren't "huggers," but a new study shows that number might be much higher than you think.
Oxford University, in conjunction with Finland's Aalto University, produced the largest study ever on physical contact by interviewing over 1300 men and women in five different countries (Britain, Finland, France, Italy and Russia).
The results were shocking.
Well, not really. They basically found that humans really, really dislike having strangers touch them anywhere except their hands.
A couple interesting findings were that women are overall more comfortable with physical touch, and everyone is more comfortable with physical contact with their mothers than their fathers.
Next time you meet a stranger, maybe think twice before going in for the hug.