Kiss


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noun Osculation
verb To touch or caress with the lips as an expression of affection, greeting, respect, or amorousness
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You know my eighth-grade boyfriend told the world I wouldn't kiss him," I say.
Put 1 M&M, 1 Hershey's Kiss, and 1 half-piece Hershey's Kiss into separate plastic bags, and seal.
Slide some pennies around on a table, and it quickly becomes clear that exactly six pennies can kiss a central penny, forming a hexagonal arrangement.
Noisy Kiss (usually given by people who kiss for the sake of kissing ( or who are under the influence of alcohol).
The English seem much less willing to kiss in public.
I began to kiss his mouth," she says about one of her guys.
In 1988, when this was published, this warning was new, but the social kiss was not.
84) which recalls the friar's words to Annabella, describing hell: `Then you will wish each kiss your brother gave / Had been a dagger's point,' (III.
One has a traditional chassis and a KISS logo that appears on the TV screen at start up.
The series, created by the makers of "The Bachelor," first gauges whether couples feel an attraction during their first kiss, so they can then go on a two-minute speed date.
Kiss Blooming Lash is designed with patent-pending innovation exclusive to Kiss with multi-angle technology to deliver dimensional volume while maintaining a natural look.
The app also enables users to send different kimojis including kiss and hug emoticons.