What’s your kissing style?

Who doesn’t like the idea of kissing? I love kisses. Be it just a peck, a long passionate kiss, a tongue teaser or Hershey’s kisses. After taking the kissing quiz. They’ve concluded that I’m a born romantic.

From what the article says. The great thing about being inherently romantic is that I actually enjoy kissing. I, being a born romantic is very lucky. My kisses provide a tender, wonderful way to stay connected with my partner. It is natural for me to have the instinct to kiss as a way to communicate love and affection. By reaching out in that manner, I continually strengthen the bond with my significant other. My relationships tend to benefit from seeking out opportunities to express my fondness. It’s a second-nature to me.

Take the quiz today and see what’s your kissing style!

And also here are some facts you might like to know:

  • Record romancing. The current record for the longest kiss is held by a New Jersey couple who kissed for a record 30 hours, 59 minutes, and 27 seconds on December 5, 2001, as part of a Valentine’s Day TV special.
  • Make-out workout. A passionate kiss uses up 6.4 calories per minute.
  • Oooh! Germs! During a kiss, as many as 278 colonies of bacteria are exchanged.
  • Road testing. The average American woman has kissed 79 men before she is married.
  • Sexiest screen smooches. According to a Gallup poll, the hottest kisses take place between Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh in Gone With The Wind.
  • You may kiss the bride. The nuptial kiss at the altar began during Roman times as a symbol of the spiritual union between bride and groom, who exchanged “the breath of life.”
  • Slip of the tongue. The term “French kiss” came into use in prudish America in 1923 as a slur on French culture, which was thought to be shockingly oversexed.
  • When in France. Don’t call it a French kiss at all. The proper, more titillating term: a “tongue kiss” or “soul kiss.”
  • Kissing cousins. Ninety percent of the people of the world engage in kisses on the lips, anthropologists say. Some other cultures, such as Eskimos, use the “smell kiss” — rubbing noses.
  • Lip smackeroos. A lipstick imprint of a kiss made by Mick Jagger’s mouth once sold for $1,600.–Jeannie Ralston

“Kissing is a sport.”

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