Our expert says:
Souinds like a storm in a B-cup. People greet others acording to their own personal preference and style, and if he made passes at you before now, he can hardly expect you to embrace him warmly. OR maybe he wants this to somehow confirm that you were not upset by his pass ?
If he's your brother-in-law, can't your husband intercede ?
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