“It seems an unexpected symbol of the plaintive melancholy of the Portuguese character that the small confections which we call kisses they call sighs, _suspiros_.”
“Pink Ladies! feeling less envious and victimized kisses from a fetching Maltese cool new Twitter buddies new routines that are working for me simplicity”
“If we get that under control your gunsmith bills will seem like kisses from the one you love.”
“He makes larger circles with his hands, kneading firmly now at her breasts as he begins to layer kisses from the base of her hairline just behind her ear, down her neck to her shoulder and then she is turning her head, seeking his mouth and he meets her questing lips.”
“By the way, a friend of mine advanced a theory that the Model 100 was prone to "doubling" because the firing pin "kisses" the primer whenever the bolt pushes another cartridge into the chamber.”
“Hugs and kisses from a tired and discouraged lady.”
“A few days later, I still hug her, run my hands across her silken skin, and smother her in kisses in even greater quantity that usual.”
“Besides her also making note of the nookie nooks a night at the movies allows for the hormones of youth, she has a whole section devoted to cinematic scenes of sucking face, or as Camp states regarding certain kisses, "Not so much sucking face as smelling face.”
“As I drove away, he was blowing me soft little kisses from the front window.”
“Winning riders get their jerseys and kisses from the podium girls on a wheeled platform with a 30-foot-high inflatable clamshell background.”
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