French kiss


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French kiss

A popular term for an open mouth kiss involving the tongue(s) of one or both partners.
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In an era when everyone has their eyes glued to their digital devices, French Kiss delivers the universal message that the best way to travel brilliantly is: eyes forward.
French Kiss CEO and majority shareholder Hussein Yamaniylmaz sees the deal with VIYM as an important step for the chocolate producer.
It's about finding something chaotic and this music is like a French kiss, something nice, a bit of sense.
French Kiss is no exception and appears to have all the ingredients for success.
Prices range from $24 for the small taper candle to $1,200 for the French Kiss chair, and $3,00 for a teak chaise in the section the company calls Bohemian Chic.
Cohen said, "It is a little eavesdropping on the gray ladies' conversations and drinking French Kiss Martini's while dishing with the twenty somethings.
Laurence Laporte, from Dictionnaires Le Robert, said that while there was not a single word previously to describe a French kiss, there were other terms used to the describe the act.
The French Kiss star was spotted wearing a purple full-piece swimsuit, black and white sarong, hat and sunglasses on a beach in Hawaii, reports the Daily Telegraph.
He said: "It's called A French Kiss In The Chaos and I'm very proud of it.
Britney - who shared a saucy French kiss with Madonna at last week's MTV Video Music Awards in New York - was getting in shape for her role in a remake of classic dance movie Footloose.
THE American film star can be seen in French Kiss tonight on Channel 4.
This is possibly one of the kindest, most selfless acts to an animal since St Francis of Assisi gave an owl a French kiss.