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    (Original post by lotus_lee)
    Shows you how much I know about this concept of 'kissing'.

    but you've not even kissed someone. and yes first kisses should be romantic, but in reality they are horrid and best forgotten.

    and i read in a magazine (probably cosmo) that couples that kiss often are more likely to last.

    and as for type of kissing, it depends on my mood

    lou xxx
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    Slow is better, because it's more sensuous.

    Most of the blokes I've kissed tend to go a little bit fast for my liking, and usually bash their teeth againt my lip, which swells up or bleeds.

    Not good.

    But slow is good, because you're not thinking 'argh, what if out heads/teeth etc bash', you have more brain to think about stroking, and petting
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    (Original post by immortal)
    Slow is better, because it's more sensuous.

    Most of the blokes I've kissed tend to go a little bit fast for my liking, and usually bash their teeth againt my lip, which swells up or bleeds.

    Not good.

    But slow is good, because you're not thinking 'argh, what if out heads/teeth etc bash', you have more brain to think about stroking, and petting
    Damn. Who u kissing? Speedy Gonzales?
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    (Original post by SciFi25)
    Damn. Who u kissing? Speedy Gonzales?
    Just people who use their tongues to shovel. But I'm away from that now lol
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    (Original post by immortal)
    Just people who use their tongues to shovel. But I'm away from that now lol
    uugggghhh. Nasty.
 
 
 
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