Kiss Me

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  1. My first kiss was with a dork. Truly.

    But my second? It was with my boyfriend who I married 4 years later. I like to call that kiss my first real kiss. And even now, when life (and low libido) gets in the way, there is nothing more romantic than a kiss from the man who stole my young heart, and continues to take my breath away.

    • BigLittleWolf says:

      Love your comment, Amber! Hope you and Ben are enjoying your evening, even with little ones about, low libido, and all else…

  2. How appropriate for Valentine’s Day. I enjoyed the author’s covering of this most sensual and intimate of romantic expressions between two people. There are many flavours with many nuances and I will remember the author’s caveat about this oral form of romance in its aural form. What looks good on paper doesn’t always turn out well in reality.

    Ma chère Mademoiselle Loup. Je tiens toujours à vos mots comme à la prunelle de mes yeux.

    • BigLittleWolf says:

      OHMYGOD vous me faites rire, Monsieur Belle!

      And a delightful and ear-nest wish to you for a Happy V Day evening.

  3. My first kiss was during the 1992 presidential debates. All I remember is listening to Ross Perot talk and wondering how far this boy was really going to shove his tongue down my throat. Ick! But, thankfully, practice makes perfect. ;)

    And I love the cheek-kiss greeting and goodbye that Europeans do. It will take me a while to break the habit once I’m back in the States. Sigh. It’s so much more intimate than a handshake or a hug.

  4. I loved this. Thanks for the reference on French kissing. About.com! Who knew?

    One of the best ways of telling if you’re in love is if you can share a toothbrush.

  5. Kissing, slowly, wetly, for daze and daze… Ah yes.

  6. Think I didn’t? ;)

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