Hydrogen bonding in human skin

if the human skin consists of hydrogen, then why does not happen hydrogen bond through contact with something or with another person?
 
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Why do you think it doesn't?
I do not find any experiment where this process is confirmed.
 

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if the human skin consists of hydrogen, then why does not happen hydrogen bond through contact with something or with another person?
How strong are hydrogen bonds?
Why don't apple fall towards us when we also have gravity?
When I jump and fall down, why don't the earth shake?
Basiclly the same thing.
 

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