Kisses keep our hearts going, whether it’s a first kiss, the kiss that wakes up Sleeping Beauty, the kiss that saves Snow White from dying, or a mother’s kiss on the forehead before bed. They are the most common way to show someone that you care about them and love them.
There are also many ways to kiss, which shows that people can love each other in many different ways. Kissing is a close way to show love and the most beautiful way to make someone feel special and worthy. Today, I’m going to tell you five kissing secrets that almost none of you probably already knew.
How authentic the French kiss is:
Before it was called a “French kiss,” a passionate kiss between two lovers was called “maraichanage,” which is also a French word. This word comes from the French region of Brittany. After the First World War, when American and British soldiers who had been fighting in France came home safe and sound to a passionate kiss from their loved ones at home, the names were changed.
2. The Longest Kiss:
A couple from Thailand shared the longest kiss in history. For this, they have the Guinness World Record. To be exact, “They kissed for 58 hours, 35 minutes, and 58 seconds.” The old record was broken by Ekkachai and Laksana Tiranarat in 2013, and no one has been able to beat them yet.
The kiss that went on “on-screen” the longest:
The kiss in this movie only lasts 3 minutes and 24 seconds. It was made into a movie in 2010 called “Elena Undone.” Two girls are making out.
4. Being afraid to be kissed:
People have many fears or phobias, and the fear of kissing is one of them. To be more exact, these people are scared of “the idea of kissing.” The fear is called “Philemaphobia,” which comes from the Greek word “philema,” which means “to kiss.” People usually worry about getting germs and other bugs from each other.
5. How a woman kisses can change during her period.
Yes, you’re right. When you’re on your period, kissing can change the way it feels or looks, especially from the woman’s point of view. This is because when we kiss, we show how much we love each other and cause our hormones to change.
Studies show that this is “caused by changes in the body’s hormone levels, which affect many body functions, including the way saliva works.” This basically means that when a woman is on her period, her partner “will taste and smell” her differently.