Friday, December 2, 2011


Kiss: love professed through lips.
Scarlett Bene

Kisses, whether stolen, passionate, of affection, rituals or formals, are the most important expression in human relations.

Many interpretations seek its origin in the baby's sucking impulse, cannibalistic tendencies (the love bite), or the primitive tribes habits of smell.

It is also said that its birth can be traced back to the Cro-Magnon man, when Cro-Magnon woman fed their babies chewing food to pureeing, then it went to her son's mouth.

But whatever its origins, kissing evolved into a way of expressing feelings, passion and affection to loved ones or anyone who want to care and love in any way.

They serve as a powerful weapon to make a heart surrender, to silent words when they become unnecessary, to relieve pain or simply to ask for forgiveness. But kisses are better if they are spontaneous and genuine.

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