Kissing An Art  

hotlegscouple 67M/62F
104 posts
9/18/2005 7:19 am

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Kissing An Art

Good Morning, I've been married now almost 32 years and although we were separated for almost 3 of those years, the one thing neither one of us has lost is the art of kissing. Kissing is an art, or so I believe it is. Its erotic, sexy, and very sensuous. But have you ever run across someone that doesn't know how. What exactly do you do in that situation? Do you say something or let it go. They always say honesty is the best policy but at the same time when you aren't into hurting people feeling. What do you do? Curious, everyone has there own style and a good kisser is a definite plus in my book.

rm_gent258 68M
486 posts
9/18/2005 10:02 am

As a teenager often the only thing a couple did was kiss so you got pretty good at it. We would park in a park or go to the drive-in and have marathon kissing sessions. There is nothing like a good kisser. If a person doesn't know how to kiss as an adult, I am not sure if he or she will ever learn.Also, in some marriages the people stop kissing which is a shame. Let's hear it for great kissing.

rm_ucreceiver 72M

9/18/2005 11:18 am

A kiss is like charcoal. It receives the first lick of the flame, stores and intenifies the heat. It generates the fire. I have a relationship that has existed almost twenty years. While we have changed physically, our kiss has not. Kissing to me, is the most basic expession of emotion. A kiss may only be "good" to the person who wants it to be. Is there a generic good kiss? If so how?

SexySagittari01 51F
7 posts
9/18/2005 11:46 am

I agree all the way.You have to know how to kiss,it's like making love with your mouth.When I met a man that didn't know what the hell he was doing....I taught him.If he didn't catch on I said bu bye.Best to you.

janmecir 53M
158 posts
9/21/2005 1:18 pm

Kissing is so close to my heart....i don't see how you can love good if you don't kiss good (you can fuck good without kissing but that is not really the same thing)
I've loved kissing since about the age of 9 when i'd kiss my 7 year old cousin under the dining room table all afternoon long.....
I find my loving in my kissing...or i kiss my love into me....and back out again...into her....and if she's 'there'....right 'here'...i feel her....find myself.....
Of course you can be 'out' of the kissing.....and even on the 'edge' of it.....but 'being with'the kiss....makes the kiss neither mine nor hers...but ours.......

BROC817 44M

9/22/2005 1:57 pm

hottlegs i wanted to thank you for joining the group

looking for a relationship

you are going to be a great addition to our family....if you feel you have some friends you would like to bring in to the group feel free to invite them....i trust your taste in people will be superb.....thank you again...........bye 4 now...............BROC817

Himinthemiddle 67M/67F

10/20/2005 7:09 am

Kissing is first act of any realtionship, as hugging is. If the person you are hugging is stiff and tight you feel this and know things aren't right. The same with the kiss. Many times we get the first peck from someone, it can tell you the same thing. As you progress the kiss becomes more passionate. Your lips send the fire to the person you are kissing. The way a kiss should be is like how you want to continue with the rest of the body. Can you see someone kiss the others lips of a woman in a hard unyeilding matter! Not exploring and tasting it all. The is the same way your kisses should be. It tells the other person "This is How I feel". So please don't stop me when I kiss you! LOL Have a good day!

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