Reblogged: When You Want To Kiss Them

I came across this great post on Thought Catalog and thought I liked it so much I'd copy it and put it on my own blog - I had a fail and couldn't find the reblog or press buttons... It fits nicely in my 'The Case For Kissing' set of blog posts - so do give … Continue reading Reblogged: When You Want To Kiss Them

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The Case for Kissing: 11 Types of Kisses

Part of the 'The Case for Kissing' set of blog posts.  So, there are tons and tons of different types of kisses, but I'm going to list my favourite ones here (in no particular order) - feel free to add yours in the comments 🙂 The 'can't stop giggling' one When I get the giggles, … Continue reading The Case for Kissing: 11 Types of Kisses

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The Case for Kissing: 10 Quirky Facts

Part of the 'The Case for Kissing' set of blog posts.  Reproduced from the MORE Magazine website: Origins of the Use of X as a Kiss The use of the letter X as a symbol of affection can be traced back to when the illiterate would sign contracts with an X in place of a … Continue reading The Case for Kissing: 10 Quirky Facts

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The Case for Kissing: The First Kiss

Part of the 'The Case for Kissing' set of blog posts.  Your First Ever Kiss You're in your teens. Nervous as hell. He comes in closer to your face and your heart starts beating about 10 times faster. "Wait! I've never kissed any..." As you're getting over the embarrassment whilst letting that one slip, your … Continue reading The Case for Kissing: The First Kiss

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The Case for Kissing

I was discussing with a friend recently the benefits of a really good kiss, and how this art seems to get lost as you grow up (lol who am I kidding, i've never grown up!) in favour of kissing's more grown up and intimate cousin. It makes me kinda sad when I think that, for … Continue reading The Case for Kissing

The Kiss: Spontaneity in it’s truest form

V-J Day. Times Square. 14th August 1945. Taken by Alfred Eisenstaedt. A moment in history, and one many across the world have seen, possibly a number of times. This may well be one of my favourite photographs ever. The photographer said he saw a flash of white and flicked his camera around and snapped this … Continue reading The Kiss: Spontaneity in it’s truest form