A few weeks ago, I was enjoying a 4-pm chat over hot cups of tea and Toblerone chocolate bars with four of my loveliest, most brilliant, wonderful English girlfriends when we started talking about the difference between f*cking and kissing.
It was a gorgeously lazy Sunday afternoon, and I felt cozy tucked into my friend Sara’s Brooklyn Heights apartment.
You're guaranteed to learn how to kiss better and a few new kissing styles!
Probably the most famous kiss there is, the French kiss is an open-mouthed kiss where one person's tongue touches the other person's tongue.
10 Types of kisses guys love most of all Kissing is supposed to be such a simple thing, but there are so many variations on a kiss, you could write a book on the subject!
All guys love to be kissed and with just one kiss, you can drive him wild, make him go weak at the knees or make him melt with affection, and here are ten of the kissing techniques that your guy will love most of all: 1.
I’ve cultivated an English group of girlfriends in my hometown of New York, and I unabashedly adore English girls.
This tender kiss on the eyes is a sure fire way of showing how much you love your man and his way of showing you how much he trusts you. The forehead kiss Be careful, this one will remind him of his mother, but it’s the perfect remedy for a severe case of the man flu.
You can also give someone a solo butterfly kiss by fluttering your eyelids against their cheek.
To give someone a single-lip kiss, take one of their lips between yours and gently suck or tug on it.
It’s hard for me to snog (kiss) someone I don’t like, but it’s easy for me to shag (f*ck) him, I guess. When I’m shagging, I can just shut my eyes and get on with it,” confessed posh little Amanda, a petite, proper, private-school-educated 30-year-old trust-fund child.“What about you, Zara? ” Sophie earnestly inquired, pulling out a Marlboro Light.
I was the lone American girl in this sea of English girls, but I’ve called London home in my early to mid 20s and was raised by a bonafide English mother.