is it ok to kiss your 16 year olds on the check

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Igotbbcalevel
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to say goodnight
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Well if they're comfortable with it and you want to, it's fine. It's not like it's on the lips or anything, and the cheek is a normal place for anyone to kiss.
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(Original post by Igotbbcalevel)
to say goodnight
You’re fortunate to have someone to kiss....😭😭😭😭😩😩 😩
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I don't see why not. As long as they are comfortable with it, I see no issue.
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Well its not exactly illegal. Although be prepared for a slap if its not welcome.
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That should not be a problem, providing you are both happy with it.
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I’m 18 and I often kiss both my parents on the cheek before I go up to bed
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Why would it not be?
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(Original post by Fran2311)
I’m 18 and I often kiss both my parents on the cheek before I go up to bed
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