In a poll 90% of women said that they wish their partners kissed them more, but what makes a great kiss and you the perfect kisser?
Here are some basics on french kissing, the history of kissing, why we do it, why we enjoy it and how to give a kiss to remember.
Kissing can express friendship, emotional attachment or can be extremely arousing, depending on the ways it’s done.
Why do we kiss?
Kissing probably derived from ancient times, with food being transferred from the mother’s to her baby’s mouths.
This lip contact developed into a way for mothers to show love to their children. This then developed and became a way to show both love and desire.
What’s the difference between a kiss that falls flat and one that makes you feel weak at the knees?
What to do if you bang your teeth...
Laugh it off. Tell your partner you're so excited to kiss him or
her that you're getting dizzy just standing so close. Dizzy with
excitement! They'll believe you. Then get back to kissing . . .
and get dizzy for real.
How to kiss passionately...
The secret to great kissing is variety. Sometimes you're gentle,
sometimes you're rough. Ouch! Tease your partner with a little bite on
the lips -- as if you can't control yourself and want to eat them up.
Press your nose into your partner's cheek and hug 'em to you,
like the Eskimos.
What to avoid...
Bad breath -- use gum to keep your mouth sweet.
Boring kisses -- vary the intensity, the tempo, the duration.
Silence -- every now and then say something sweet.
Too much tongue -- don't suffocate your partner.
Rigor Mortis -- keep your hands caressing your lover.