Well, when mom came to pick me up from day camp, she took me and Meeko into the play room. Mom said "Be patient with him, he doesn't understand." So I played with him and was patient with him. He did try to hump me a lot and I growled and made the "scary face" to warn him that I didn't like it.
The Scary Face
Here are two examples of scary faces that wolves (and dogs) use to warn other dogs (and people) and say "I don't like what you're doing, stop it now!"
Here is scary face number one:
Here is scary face number two:
The third and fourth times he tried to hump me, I barked, spun around, made a scary face, and chased Meeko while doing a snapping attack, snapping the air as a warning.
After about 20 minutes, Meeko got the idea and quit trying to hump me. I humped him twice and let him know that I am in charge! Then we were able to play and have some fun!
My mom has learned a lot about wolf body language and communication, and she was telling daddy that she could clearly see that behavior today when I was teaching Meeko how to play. Humans - they have so much to learn!