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.
Welcoming the transaction, VIYM partner and co-founder Andrey Yakunin said that his company will support French Kiss throughout its investment programme, noting that the top-end chocolate and confectionery market in the country is growing.
Heavy Kiss (A French Kiss taking a minimum of five minutes!)
Anna and the French Kiss would be a welcome read to those who have finished all the Sarah Dessen and Simone Elkeles books in the library.
The tour is to promote new album, A French Kiss In The Chaos, released on July 27.
At Paris Las Vegas, check out the party circuit with French Kiss at Risque Club, where your suggested-donation admission goes to the Liberace Foundation, the Gay and Lesbian Center and SNAPI (Las Vegas Pride).
Maybe it's just something he picked up on his own, perhaps surfing some "How to French Kiss" sites on the Web.
French kiss Barbara Waltejs on 20/20 without fear of a discouraging word.
Among the items developed by the two companies is a plush leather French Kiss chair; Art Deco-style coffee/tea service in silverplate; silverplated vases; a retro-looking lamp and clock; Art Deco mirror; luxury bedding; and a Bose home theater system.
JONNY SEXTON survived a French Kiss from Matthieu Basteraud to kick Ireland to victory over France last night - and set up a mammoth Six Nations showdown with England.
Everyone wants us to French kiss. I know we really like each other - what do you think I should do?