Do you still French kiss your long term partner?
By 'long term' I guess I mean the person you have been with over four or five years, and by 'French kiss' I mean 'with tongues' as opposed to a simple 'lips only' contact. If not, why do you believe you stopped doing this?
I have been with my fiance' for almost three years. We just do peck kisses 99% of the time as I want to wait to have sex in marriage. I find tongue kissing makes this a lot harder!! Once we are married, I am certain we will be doing that kinda kiss till we can't have sex anymore...
I think that french kissing should never stop. It's part of sex. Its passionate kissing.
I have been with my wife forever and we used to be very passionate. but as time has went on this has slowed. We don't french kiss anymore, but we still love each other very much. though I still miss it . a peck is better than nothing, it's the thought that counts.
We mostly peak. Have been together for 3 years and love each other very much.
I have been with my husband for 7 years, and married for 18 months of those 7 years,and we still French kiss...as often as possible. He is the best kisser I have ever been with and to me French kissing is very passionate...the way we want our relationship to always be.
Yes, but he asked me not to do it when he's on his way out to work in the morning. He said it made him too distracted to get anything done!
Yes we certainly do! Just last weekend me and my wife spent the whole evening French kissing. We do this a lot when the kids are away. We like to sit on a sofa and just let our tongues explore with little lip contact. Only our hands and tongues are exploring and touching. We can do this for hours and it can be more satisfying than sex.
by Martie Coetser 6 years ago
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by darkinside 8 years ago
any one know the starting of the term "french kiss"?
by brittvan22 6 years ago
Is kissing cousins ok?I am watching Dr. Phil, and there are two cousins (grandmothers are sisters) thats makes them 3rd cousins and they are engaged and getting married. They live together and participate in unmentionable activities. I know since the dawn of time incest has been happening, but I...
by Laurel Rogers 7 years ago
Oh boy...that's all I can say at the moment-have you ever felt the same sort of thing?
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