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- v. Present participle of kiss.
- adj. Just touching.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. affectionate play (or foreplay without contact with the genital organs)
Sorry, no etymologies found.
“Was that what you call kissing me?” the princess asked, throwing him a dirty look.
Mostly kissing is what takes place, but Edward being a vampire and all, is afraid of hurting Bella by getting carried away and sucking her brains out!
“This study shows kissing is much more complex and causes hormonal changes and things we never thought occurred,” says Hill.
Even admitting that kissing is both pleasurable and helpful in selecting mates, though, is it actually healthy?
Paul Di Filippo reviews Margaret Atwood's The Year of the Flood: "Mundane SF often comes within kissing distance of cyberpunk ..."
But the MPAA rates these trailers and showing two dudes kissing is apparently a no-no. loudsss
French seems too bold and kissing is lopsided … maybe a change for future covers will happen …
Some of my favorite scenes are Dain kissing Jessica in the rain and Jessica's account of it afterwards to her grandmother.
Ha, yeah right. #1 in kissing O's you know what, it seems to me.
The kissing is so over the top and prolonged that I strongly question whether the network would have accepted an ad for a dating site that showed a heterosexual couple behaving the same way.
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