People like to kiss.
It’s a way of showing affection to the people you love and there are just a few people who probably don’t like to kiss!
Kisses on the forehead, cheek, lips and ermm anywhere else are welcome by everyone!
Now the next time you kiss or want to kiss, we’ve got some pretty cool things you can think about!
First, a scary fact: A woman in China partially lost her hearing after her boyfriend reportedly ruptured her eardrum with a passionate kiss. Apparently, the kiss reduced the pressure in the mouth, pulled the eardrum out, and caused the breakdown of the ear
Now that that is out of the way, take a look at these slightly more fun ones!
The science of kissing is called philematology
Basorexia” means an overwhelming desire to kiss
The mouth is full of bacteria and basically, when two people kiss, they exchange between 10 million and 1 billion bacteria.
French kissing involves 34 facial muscles.
Passionate kissing burns 6.4 calories a minute.
It is very possible for a woman to reach an orgasm through kissing.
Kissing is good for your teeth. The anticipation of a kiss increases the flow of saliva to the mouth, giving the teeth a plaque-dispersing bath.
The “You may kiss your bride” tradition at every wedding can be traced to ancient Roman tradition where a kiss was used to sign a contract.
The average person spends at least two weeks of their life kissing.
A German researcher observed over 100 couples and noted that two-thirds of them tilted their heads to the right. The scientific community at large theorizes that this instinct originates from the womb when we naturally tilted our heads to the right.
On July 16, 1439, King Henry VI banned kissing in England. His reasoning? It was to curtail the spread of disease in the kingdom.
The next time you want to kiss someone, try using these to ron them…one fact at a time!
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