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Hidden Meaning Of The French Kiss And Other Types Of Kisses





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Published on Oct 4, 2018

What the French kiss and 6 other most popular kinds of kisses are and what they mean. There are a variety of kisses that happen amongst family and friends. A kiss, whether it is between family members, friends, or a couple, signifies love, affection, adoration, and respect. Whether you are kissing someone intimately or giving your grandmother or mother a kiss on the cheek, it is a way to show someone that you care about them and is also a sign of respect. It is a universal way to show affection and has different meanings depending on culture, tradition, and relationships.

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7. The French Kiss: 0:11
6. The quick kiss: 1:14
5. Kiss on the cheek: 2:15
4. The vacuum kiss: 3:02
3. The forehead kiss: 3:47
2. A kiss on the hand: 4:38
1. The Eskimo Kiss: 5:21


7. The French Kiss: The infamous French kiss probably grossed a lot of us out when we were little kids. Most of us, if not all, are pretty familiar with the French kiss. It’s pretty popular amongst couples because of its intensity and for being the most passionate of all the kisses. Did you know that the French kiss was originally called “Florentine Kiss”? That’s right! And it
originally came from British and American soldiers who were coming home after WWI.

6. The quick kiss: And then there’s the quick kiss. According to Women Daily Magazine, a quick kiss isn’t necessarily a romantic one, but it’s pretty great when you first start dating. Or, it’s a way for couples to greet each other in public. Your mouth is usually closed and just the lips touch. Women Daily Magazine notes that the kiss should last more than 3 seconds if it is between a couple. It’s a way to say hello or goodbye, and doesn’t result in a long make out session.

5. Kiss on the cheek. Similar to a quick kiss, a kiss on the cheek is a way to greet or say goodbye to a person. Whether you are with your grandmother, your mom, or even your dog…a kiss on the cheek is always a great way to show someone you care about them.

4. The vacuum kiss: A vacuum kiss definitely only happens between people who are into one another. It typically occurs at one point or another during a makeout session. According to kissing.com, a vacuum kiss happens when you suck the air out of your partner’s mouth. Sometimes it could happen by accident, but usually, it’s a sign of an intense, passionate make-out.

3. The forehead kiss: Herinterest.com gives us an understanding of what exactly a forehead kiss means. When your partner kisses you on the forehead, it means that they care and respect you. Of course, it means love as well, but there’s something so sensual and sweet about a forehead kiss. It has a deeper meaning.

2. A kiss on the hand: Just like a kiss on the forehead, a kiss on the hand can also signify respect and adoration, although this type of kiss is not necessarily just between two people who may like each other more than friends. It is a gesture which can indicate courtesy, respect, admiration or devotion between two people. It doesn't necessarily have to be shared between two people who are attracted to each other, and is generally used as a sign of respect. Fun fact, the kiss originated during the 17th and 18th century in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.

1. The Eskimo Kiss: Eskimo kisses have been around for quite some time, and are typically used as the romantic option for those who live in cold climates. It occurs when two noses rub against each other, moving back and forth. Most people believe that this type of kiss was used because people who lived in cold areas had to do it or else they’d get their lips stuck together. That’s not the case, though! This kiss originated in colder cultures when people would meet outside with very little exposed except for their eyes and nose. An eskimo kiss is considered a friendly greeting in various different cultures. In Inuit culture, an eskimo kiss is a called a kunik, and is considered a traditional greeting between loved ones and family members.

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