Friday, November 5, 2010

Places to Kiss

At first glance I thought this was about body parts/places to kiss, lick, nibble. . . . .oh well. . . .;-)  justin

Posted: 04 Nov 2010 10:48 PM PDT
Pgt 91509 g2g You lucky single person, you - your dating days are full of adventure and kisses shared in dimly-lit restaurants and on street corners. But where, we wondered, are the very best places to lock lips? You already know about the beach at sunset, under the mistletoe and right smack dab on the mouth. Here, more superior smooch sites to check out when you're ready to make out.
1. On a roller coaster. Yes, love has its ups and downs, but that's what keeps it exciting. Kiss at the crest of that first big hill and hang on to each other as you plummet - talk about a rush!
2. On your desk. Research shows that as many as 61 percent of relationships start in the workplace, and 50 percent of office amours lead to marriage (that includes this writer!). So if you're flirting by the coffee machine or bantering at brainstorming sessions and it isn't against company rules, take it to the next level (after hours, please; discretion is important!). Don't have a desk job? Find the nearest supply closet.
3. At a museum. Appreciating a beautiful work of art together can create passion. Why waste it? Give in, whether inspired by Picasso's ôThe Loversö at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., Gustav Klimt's ôThe Kissö at Vienna's Osterreichische Museum fⁿr Angewandte Kunst, or a romantic, moving piece at a local gallery.
4. In the middle of a crowded street. Preferably at rush hour on any given Monday a Life can be mundane and hectic at the same time, but a sweet, juicy kiss can make an average moment special. To get the idea, think of the iconic image of a sailor smooching a nurse in New York's Times Square on V-J Day, or Robert Doisneau's renowned 1950 black and white photo, Kiss by the Hotel de Ville, of a couple mid-lip-lock on a Paris Street.
5. In a dressing room. Are you the type who's turned on by the idea of a public display of affection but would prefer some darned privacy? The dressing room rendezvous affords the best of both worlds. Plus, it has illicit allure (sneaking someone in where he or she technically isn't supposed to go) without setting off theft detectors.
6. On a pile of coats. Preferably, with a stranger you met at the party. It's a mating rite of passage everyone should experience at least once. Guaranteed to irritate other guests!
7. Upside down. You don't need Spidey skills to pull it off. One person simply sits in a chair and tilts his or her head back while the other person approaches from behind, bends over and plants one. Or try it with one person lying on a couch, head against the armrest, and the other person standing above and leaning over. It's a little awkward, a little weird - and absolutely wonderful.á
8. In the backseat. Find yourselves a lover's lane, climb into the passion pit, and neck till you steam up the windows. It's retro romantic.
9. In a downpour. Yes, kissing in the rain is kind of cliché, but if you haven't tried it, please do. The reason this kiss rules? Everyone else is frantically running for shelter, which makes time seem to stop for the two of you. It's surreal, and very sexy.
10. In bed, while one of you is asleep. You know from fairy tales that the kiss that awakens can lead to happily ever after. There's simply no lovelier way to wake up. As the kisser, however, you're advised to refrain if the kiss-ee is recuperating from a double shift after a bout of insomnia.
Nina Malkin is the author of An Unlikely Cat Lady: Feral Adventures in the Backyard Jungle.

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Anonymous said...

All I can say is that any place to kiss would be....errr is good.

Cheers and kisses,
Greg in Adelaide

Stew said...

All of these sound wonderful and I find that anytime a gay person of either gender kisses or shows affection in public, it's very erotic. Enough of straights having all the fun!