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Did you know that the average woman will kiss 29 men before she gets married? Over time women have been getting married later in life. So, 29 seems like a pretty good number. Hell, why not make it 39? #yolo #rememberyolo?

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A person’s lips and fingers are some of the most sensitive parts of the body. And just like fingerprints, no two lip impressions are the same.

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Did you know that two out of every three couples will turn their heads to the right when they kiss? It makes sense when you consider the fact that they’re facing each other. Your right? Or my right?? Actually, it’s both!

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It might surprise you to know that 54% of women from ages 18-24 say they’ve kissed another girl, but only 43% for women between 25 and 34. It looks like Katy Perry Was Right.

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The tongue is also a peripheral sense organ, which means it helps sends signals to the brain about how cold or chocolately something is.

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Kissing reduces anxiety and relaxes the mind by releasing the hormone oxytocin in the brain.

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The German language has 30 words for kissing. Like the word Nachkussen, which means: A kiss to make up for those that have not occurred.

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In the Middle Ages, people that couldn’t read would sign papers with an “x” and then kiss the signature. Which is why the “x” started to represent kissing. xoxo!


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Since kissing was a way to show that they truly meant it when they gave their “x” signature, people started kissing at weddings. They signed their names through a kiss, for everyone to see.

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The German language has 30 words for kissing. Like the word Nachkussen, which means: A kiss to make up for those that have not occurred.

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