03 December 2009
|| Kissing Facts & Kiss Benefits ||
Kissing Facts & Kiss Benefits
It is a matter of record that Canadian porcupines kiss one another on the lips.
The world's longest kiss took place on January 28, 2002. Louisa Almodovar and
Rich Langly of New Jersey kissed for a record 30 hours, 59 minutes and 27 seconds
on a segment of "Ricki Lake".
Matrimonial pollsters' studies prove that a man who kisses his wife good-bye
when he leaves for work every morning averages a higher income than does
the fellow who doesn't do that thing.
In medieval Italy kisses weren't taken, or given, lightly..
If a man and a woman were seen embracing in public they could be forced to marry!
Our brains have special neurons that help us locate each others lips in the dark.
(It's really true too! I've tried it!)
It is estimated that the average person will spend about 20,160 minutes
kissing in their lifetime.
The first kiss ever shown in a movie was in 1896.
The movie, was called The Kiss.
Hershey's Kisses got their name because of the machine that makes
them looks like it's kissing the conveyor belt.
50% of all people kiss before they turn 14.
Kissing helps reduce tooth decay.
Kissing increases the mouth's production of saliva, and saliva helps clean
the mouth thus aides prevention of tooth decay.
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