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Monday, June 24, 2013


Most people think that kissing comes natural and there is nothing to learn. Well, this is not true for most of us. Kissing is definitely an art, and it requires practice and experience if you want to become a good kisser. No one is born a master.

If you stress about whether or not you are a good kisser, this is the right place to be. Everyone can learn how to kiss properly, and you make no exception for that. This blog will be your one-stop shop for all things related to the amazing, spine-tingling, toe-curling world of kissing!

There’s plenty of debate as to how humans first learned how to kiss.  However, kissing as we know it was probably perfected by ancient Romans, who used kissing on the mouth and eyelids to greet each other and seal bargains.  Just imagine doing that with the cashier clerk at your local store!

A recent online poll pegged that “the most important part of kissing” was the use of hands.  Not surprisingly, incorporating your hands when learning how to kiss will guarantee that you’ll get that second date.  Try cupping the person’s face with your hands, or running your hands through their hair.  If you’re feeling more lustful, gentle tug on the person’s hair and lightly drag your nails on their scalp.  They’ll be readying for more than just kissing after that move!

The same poll also indicated that the things that ruin kissing the most are: too much saliva, using too much tongue, chapped lips and traveling hands.  So keep your hands at a PG level, and learn to master the art of the French kiss before introducing any tongue action!

Don’t restrict your kisses to the mouth area; in fact, the ears, neck and shoulders all make great places to give a quick kiss or two.  For a sweet gesture, kiss your partner’s shoulder the next time they wear a tank top.  Or whisper something romantic in their ear and give it a gentle kiss.  And don’t forget the power of neck kisses – just don’t leave any hickeys, as they’re a kissing faux pas!

If you want to make your partner take the kissing initiative, then perfect this move: tilt your head slightly to your right and slowly look at their face.  Your eyes should follow this motion: look at their eyes, then their nose, back to their eyes, and finally, linger on the lips.  You’ll be kissing in no time flat!

There is a big difference between a kiss that goes flat and a kiss that tickles the toes. five main reasons that usually differentiate super kisses from duds are emotional connection, great comfort level, ability to forget a world, imagination, and rhytm.

A French kiss is a kiss in which one participant's tongue touches the partner's lips or tongue and usually enters his or her mouth. A French kiss is a slow passionate kiss which is usually considered intimate, romantic, erotic or sexual. A French kiss is generally considered an erotic kiss usually reserved for lovers.

In many parts of the world, this kind of kissing as a public display of affection is discouraged and may even be regarded as taboo. A French kiss is often used in cinema to indicate sexual desire between lovers.


  1. Sound advice. it definitely takes time to master.

    1. yeah STILL trying to master it :-)

  2. It was an Italian friend who really taught me how to kiss!

  3. My naked brother, I'm shocked! When did you add a degree in kissing? As a DK (Doctor of "Kissology") you are now officially entitled to add "Kissologist" to your resume! LOL! Cool post, buddy! Much love and naked hugs!

    1. Kissologist? I'll take it :-)



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