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March 21, 2013

Kiss Me Again

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Written by: Keisha Myco
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Without kissing, I would probably still be a virgin.  One kiss leads to another, and three kisses…well, we all know where that leads.  But if you can’t hit the nail on the head the first time you lock lips, there will probably be no second kiss.  I have had plenty of dates that can attest to that. The worst offenders?

1.       PacMan kissers.  You know the type? They seem to want to eat your face. Wacka wacka. Take it from a friend of mine who walked away from a good night kiss with a traumatized and inflamed mouth and chin. It’s just bad manners.

2.      Toad tongues. Nothing unsteams the car windows like having a potential lover go after your tonsils the way a toad lashes out after a fly.

3.      The corpse tongue. Only French diners don’t spit out things that lie soft and vaguely slimely in their mouths.

 On the other hand, there are certain types of kissers that always make my panties roll down.  If all men followed these rules, I would not have time to write this article. Or eat.  

1.      Start with soft pecks. There something both sweet and tantalizing about tender little kisses that leave you wanting. The peck is the catalyst.

2.     Be empathetic.  Read your partner’s kissing style, following the cues for forward movement.

3.     Let the passion build from kiss to kiss. Soft pecks can only last for so long. Let the kiss move you both forward in no-man’s land (or the lucky-man’s land).

The lead singer of The Monkees might have seen her face and become a believer, but all bets are off until he kisses the girl. Any ten-year old girl will tell you it’s K-I-S-S-I-N-G, then love, then marriage and then the baby carriage. So fall recklessly in love, but treat the first kiss with care. It could start a relationship or end it before it begins. It was neither the chicken nor the egg, but the kiss that came first.





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