Kisses shared on any day of the year would be just as nice. However, July 6 is particularly special as it marks International Kissing Day in appreciation of the special act.
For some, their concept of kissing is likely akin to what they have seen in a movie. Without a doubt, the first kiss between Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart in “Twilight” is inspiring. Then again, Hiddleswift would likely give them a run for their money when it comes to passionate kissing.
To celebrate International Kissing Day, here are different types of kisses and the meaning behind each one.
The forehead kiss expresses admiration. Yet it could also be the start of a blossoming romance, according to List Tribe. The cheek kiss is another gentle act of affection. It’s often done together with an embrace to say “Hello” or “Goodbye.” The tender kiss of an angel marks a deep connection between two people in love. It’s often a type of kiss shared by lovers but mothers are also known to plant one on their own little angels.
The lips are not the only recipient of kisses. The chivalrous gesture of a kiss on the hand speaks volumes. It could also send shivers up and down the spine from the excitement and passion it implies. The Eskimo kiss is a sweet and simple sign of affection. It’s also practical for people who live in cold places as it limits the danger of locked lips in freezing weather. An earlobe kiss could be a matter of life and death, so tread lightly. Entrance into this erogenous zone is not for the faint of heart.
A kiss is also a sign of a special connection between two people. Hence, it can express intense passion as well. The French kiss is no stranger to a couple who are madly in love. Heightened emotions come into play with the interaction of tongues and the expression of desire. When done right, a single lip kiss sends out a clear-cut signal of romance, Sunshine Coast Daily wrote. Try this gentle pull and squeeze on the lip while kissing for a surefire hit on International Kissing Day.