The Kissing Manual (Part 2 of 4)

Jul 19

“Kissing is like drinking salted water. You drink, and your thirst increases.”

This is a 4 part series describing more than 30 different kinds of kisses! Part 1: loving, romantic kisses; Part 2: playful kisses; Part 3: kisses with props; and Part 4: the ultimate sensual, sexual and utterly divine kisses!

 The Spiderman Kiss

Based on the kiss in the 2002 movie Spider-Man, this kiss involves kissing someone whose face is upside-down from yours, so your top lip kisses their bottom lip and vice versa.

The Tiger Kiss

Quietly sneak up behind your partner making sure they can’t see you and don’t know what you’re doing. Suddenly, grab them and gently bite their neck. Make sure to get a few good growls in too. This will surprise them and give you both the giggles.

The Breath Kiss

Open your mouth slightly and barely touch your partner’s lips with yours. Then breathe in your partner’s breath…lips touching, on and off…it’s a really fun, teasing kiss that builds passion in a rather sexy way.

The Lizard Kiss

This kiss involves flicking your tongue in and out of your partner’s mouth in tight, quick strokes, like the way a lizard moves its tongue. This is a silly kiss but fun for when the mood is light.

The Belly Kiss

Use your lips and tongue to gently tickle and kiss your love’s navel (belly button area). Change speed and direction as you go. Intoxicating!

 The Moving Kiss

Make sure a bed, couch or chair is behind your partner and while French kissing gently push them onto it. This will surprise them and your slight forcefulness will build the sexual tension.

The Woodpecker Kiss
Close your partner’s eyes and give them short, quick kisses all over their face, just like a woodpecker. See if you can cover their entire face before you burst out laughing.

The Fish Kiss
Suck your cheeks in so that both of you look like fish and try to kiss each other before you burst out laughing. Keep trying until you succeed.

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