Facts About Kissing

Facts About Kissing

Sat, 03/17/2012 - 00:17 -- amber

Kissing is one of the best ways to show affection to your significant other. It’s used the majority of the time in our sex lives as well. Kissing is used to initiate sex, during sex, after sex and to show affection to someone you care about… or maybe you don’t care about them, whatever. Since we are kissing so much, here are a few fun facts about smooches that you probably didn’t know.

There are more nerve endings in your lips than there are your finger tips. This is why kissing is so stimulating before, during and even after sex. It can peak your arousal, and is an excellent way to heat up the moment.

Sometimes, it’s good to start out kissing slowly, to work your partner up. However, kissing passionately heightens your arousal. It gets your heart rate up and makes you very excited. This makes it easier for you to orgasm.

Kissing passionately is also the quickest way to a mans… bed. The majority of men have said that all it takes is a long, drawn out, passionate kiss to get them ready and in the mood for sex.

Bad kissers are more of a turn-off for women than they are for men. Men are more likely to continue to have sex with a woman who is a bad kisser, while women rarely continue to have sex with a bad kisser. Kissing is pretty important, after all!

A man’s favorite spot to be kissed is his ear. The best way to go about this is to suck on his ear lobe, and then move your tongue around the edges of ear. Sometimes it’s even good to give his ear a little nibble. ;)

Kissing is typically a part of our day-to-day lives. Even if you are single, you know that there’s always some guy you end up kissing whenever you are drunk. There are so many different kissing facts and so many kissing statistics that clearly show that kissing is one of the best hobbies!

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Amber Hoffman

I am writer and editor at Bedroom Stories online magazine, writing about sexual relationships and better understanding our lives. Feel free to contact me at [email protected]