Wednesday, February 11, 2015


It's Scientific 
Gary Larsen

In addition to making us feel good, several studies indicate that kissing can actually help keep us in good health. Swapping mouth bacteria boosts our immune system, the extra saliva produced when you kiss washes out dangerous bacteria, and the raised heartbeat causes blood vessels to dilate, thus lowering blood pressure. [Full]
Note: Some women are way picky


Regnad Kcin said...

Nothing says it better than a good round of tonsil hockey...

Anonymous said...

Alas, I'll be kissing only my dog on Valentine's Day. Or, rather, he'll be kissing me.

Don't make any assumptions just because we're both varones and . We're not maricones; we're just buenos amigos!

Caballero Andante

Hell_Is_Like_Newark said...

For some reason this post reminded me of that really bad sci-fi movie, 'Lifeforce' from the '80s... The classic "kissing" scene:

Note: Youtube vid NSFW

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