Sassy_Lady_NYC 67F
77 posts
4/20/2006 12:49 pm

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5/15/2006 9:34 am


There are so many types of kisses.

I am a fool for one type of kiss.

The French kiss.

That knee weakening, heart throbbing kiss. It touches your tongue and reaches into your soul as your breath is exchanged with your lover's breath. It captures the moment and the intimacy is unparalleled.

Kisses, to me, have always meant love.

So I guard my kisses and only give them when I mean to.

I have been Eskimo kissed by a five year old boy.

Cheek kissed by an elderly man.

Earlobe kissed by my first true love.

Finger kissed by a suitor. Hickey kissed. Hand kissed. Forehead kissed. Foot kissed.

All of these kisses were perfect at the time and appropriate for the occasion.

But, The French kiss stands alone.

Imagine my shock when my French colleague informed me that the French call it, "The English Kiss".






imLadyBambi 59M/51F

4/20/2006 1:11 pm

I have to agree with you.

The french kiss is the most romantic.Especially when you have a man who knows how to work that tongue.

Such as Mr. Bambi

Lady Bambi

Sassy_Lady_NYC replies on 4/21/2006 5:58 am:
And Mr. Bambi has a fabulous lady who appreciates his talents!

kissinginterest 46M
12 posts
4/21/2006 7:18 am

As for French kisses...
A female friend of mine was preparing some letters to be sent to corporate clients. She was discussing the letters which were to be sent overseas, and it turns out letters needed to be sent to France. So, she told the staff that the "French Letters" needed to be ready by tomorrow to be sent to the clients. Little did she know what a surprise her clients were going to receive when they received these French Letters in the post. She was embarassed when she learned what a French Letter really was.

Here is the Wikipedia blurb about a French Letter...

In Britain a condom was also known as a French letter, much like the colloquial German word for a condom, "Pariser". The English phrase "French letter" expresses the old image (or prejudice) that anything coming from France is decadent and has to do with sex. According to British military history, a Britain's Royal Guards Colonel named Condum, in 17th century (when Anglo-French enmity was at its mutual height) devised the French letter to protect his troops from the French by using it. According to colloquial French, however, a condom is named an "English overcoat" ("capote anglaise").

However, Folk etymology claims, without basis, that the word "condom" is derived from a purported "Dr. Condom" or "Quondam", who made the devices for King Charles II of England. Other than through unverifiable folk stories, there is no evidence that any such "Dr. Condom" existed. Other stories tell the word "condom" has its root in the 16th century: in particular, when Caterina dei Medici married Henri II, she brought in France also her ministry Gondi, with the architect Bernardo Buontalenti. Gondi and Buontalenti started producing special waxed protections to be used as condoms. The French soon called them "gondon": "gondon" is today still used as a synonym of "condom" in Genova, Italy; "goldoni", another variation, is still used in Milan, Italy. It may be that the word "condom" is a variation of "gondon".

Sassy_Lady_NYC replies on 4/21/2006 8:47 am:
i have learned so made it so interesting. thanks

trillionman 56M

4/21/2006 11:18 am

The French kiss is a very passionate kiss and I will agree it is my favorite as well.I love to feel a woman's tongue sliding around in my mouth while I am massaging her tongue with mine. The heat just rises as your breath gets heaver,your body's start to react.Hell I'M GETTING ALL WORKED UP JUST THINKING ABOUT KISSING.Sorry, the answer is French kiss.

Sassy_Lady_NYC replies on 4/25/2006 2:29 pm:
I get worked up knowing you are worked up.

ugotta_b_kidnme 51M
29 posts
4/21/2006 12:03 pm

1. There is nothing, absolutely nothing, better than a good make-out session with a variety of kisses involved, hungry eager lustful deeply probing tongue kisses, or two tongues meeting halfway and playfully dancing around each other, gently sucking/nibbling on the lip that is between your two lips, teeth gnashing's all goooooooood.
2. I can remember two instances many years ago when I kissed a girl in public, as a friend, a single quick kiss or peck, but our lips just hit the sweet spot perfectly......oh so brief, entered into without real romantic intent yet each time I was attracted to the girl/woman, it just hit like an electric shock for a split second, made me say to myself "wow that was some kiss!"
3. I'm not a real porno enthusiast, most are too cheesy, degrading or monotonous with "actors" obviously not really into what they are doing. But I do like when time to time the man and woman kiss each other while having sex if it looks like they are into each other. Of course I prefer engaging in this rather than spectating, but I am a visual person so it helps for me to have a frame of reference when describing.

Sassy_Lady_NYC replies on 4/25/2006 2:31 pm:
You are romantic and that is such a turn on

expatbrit49 63M

4/21/2006 4:34 pm

Yeah the only thing better than the french kiss is when I have a woman kissing my ........ nevermind, I like to french with a woman that I am really into.

Thank You for Your Time and Attention

Sassy_Lady_NYC replies on 4/21/2006 4:46 pm:
kissing is not just for lips above the neck!?!
i think i need to do some work over the weekend!!!

Sassy_Lady_NYC replies on 4/25/2006 2:35 pm:
Did some kiss testing. Need to do more.

rm_charlieff 77M
264 posts
4/21/2006 8:25 pm

The French Kiss is the best kiss but only when it starts gently with a little nibbling on the lips and progresses to the tongues carressing and tantalizing. Those abrupt, down-your-throught, teeth jarring actions some people call kissing, aren't!

Sassy_Lady_NYC replies on 4/22/2006 4:44 am:
so very hot

pinksant 37M
1 post
5/8/2006 6:17 am

Hey did you know about the Australian kiss and how is it different from the french kiss
Nothing not much different just that it is done down

Sassy_Lady_NYC replies on 5/15/2006 9:17 am:
upside down? or down under?

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