Wanted: Philametologist  

LilBlondeNZ 40F
1259 posts
10/30/2005 11:21 pm
Wanted: Philametologist

So you learn something everyday... the scientific term for kissing is philametology. I have no clue why we would need such a word, but whatever.

Another kissing fact, the average person spends two weeks of their life kissing . At first, I was like "that's it?" isnt that equal to the amount of time spent washing your car or something? And didn't I spend two weeks alone kissing that guy who... ((snaps out of daydream)). But then I had a bad thought.

What about all the bad kisses? Ugh. A bad kiss is something that sticks out in my mind with unwanted detail that invades my memory graphically. And as I got older, I started to kiss older men who had more opportunity to practice before they got to me... still I still occasionally run into a bad kisser. Sure there are kisses that are.... well, not horrible, but didnt make me melt.. that's fine. But the truly bad kisses... no matter how long ago it happened, they are still fresh in my mind with particular insult.

I still remember to this day this guy who bit me. Literally bit me. Bit my lip and i think it was bleeding. I didnt know whether to laugh or what. I was just shocked. And he just looked at me as if nothing had happened. (He's probably on ALT.com now)

I remember a guy who almost drooled on me there was a deluge of saliva involved. I needed an umbrella.

I remember a guy who smushed my face so hard he occluded my airways and almost made me faint from hypoxia. Not from ardor.

Did you know most women base their decision on whether or not to sleep with a guy on his kissing ability? Now that I think of it... that's probably true. I've never had sex with anyone who was a bad kisser, but have always been hot for someone who's really good at it.

What makes for a great kiss anyway?In my opinion, a guy who is gentle at first, touches my face, maybe plays with my hair... very good. Too much tongue, or tongue attack first thing- Not good.... Puts his hand at the small of my back and pulls me close, but dont' burn me with your scruffy beard stubble. True passion can't be taught though...

What was your worst kiss?

Best kiss? Who, what, where, when, and why?



rm_RxSUGAR 60M
102 posts
10/31/2005 4:32 am

The science and study of,'love-a-me'??? Or does it mean the science and study of phil-a-me? I'll check,but are you sure that one isn't straight out of the redneck dictionary? Very good post.It's all about romantic passion in my opinion.And of course that is all about kissing,etc.,etc.Women that are romantic kissers try to steal my heart though.Don't know why,I've never asked them to! LOL


rm_mtnravyn 60M
890 posts
10/31/2005 5:02 am

Worst kiss has to be those with "flaccid lips." Almost as if there were no muscles in them or they did not know they could use them. Not much recoomendation for oral ability either.

Too many to mention. I have discovered that reciprocity heightens the experience. Her hand sliding through my hair, her tentative explorations with her lips, maybe a hand down to my ass to cup a cheek, her body swaying as the kiss intensifies, and those deep sounds of enjoyment that are elicited through the experience.


DallasPhallus56 60M

11/1/2005 10:02 am

Ah, the art of osculation. As distinct from oscillation, although the former can lead to the latter.

Sadly, the worst kisser in recent memory is a woman I was in a fairly long relationship with. And true to form, kissing foreshadowed sex, since although she was an okay sex partner, that was about it.

The best? Hmmmm... My first lover was incredible, my ex-wife was excellent, and several recent lovers have been (or are) truly gifted at kissing, as well.


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