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OP Cheiloproclitic: being attracted to a person's lips. Anatomist's definition of a kiss: a protracted suck on one end of an alimentary canal, and the important trick is to get the right end.
Ah, a kiss. I once asked a potential lover of mine, how would you define/describe a kiss? "To tease, to entice, to seduce and overpower." I fell instantly in love. How did he know how to characterize it unless he was THE MASTER.
#70896 06/11/02 03:30 PM OP
How did he know how to characterize it unless he was THE MASTER.
May I then presume that he was indeed proven so? [innocent -e]
I was wondering if anyone would ask that. Alas.
Let's rhapsodize about how incredible a kiss can be. What was your best kiss ever?
In the immortal words of someone-or-other:
Do you see what I see?
What was your best kiss ever?
Well, it wasn't the first one! He sorta aimed for the lips, but we both closed our eyes too soon and hit schnozzes! Very embarrassing!
This is gonna turn into a chick thread and everyone is gonna cringe. Oh well, sigh, deep breath, here goes. However it does have some real use cause it helps men and women come to a place that is mutually satisfying.
I was sitting here for quite some time thinking about the best kiss ever, reveling in the deliciousness of it, the need, tenderness, and desire behind it and then decided I couldn't describe it w/out taking something away from it. Hmm.
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