July 09, 2004

Lip Service

(Inspired by Daniel.)


What makes a good kiss?

What makes a bad kiss?

What distinguishes a good kiss from a great kiss?


Posted by Jennifer at July 9, 2004 07:54 AM


Copping a feel while you're kissing. Also tongue.

Posted by: Victor at July 9, 2004 09:04 AM

A good kiss is one that can make you wet...... A bad kiss is when the only thing wet is your chin, face, etc.

Posted by: jen at July 9, 2004 09:20 AM

If I get a stiffy it was a good kiss. Unless it was my Mom of course.

Well I guess that it would still "technically" be a good kiss but it's sort of gross.

Posted by: Jim at July 9, 2004 09:21 AM

2 things:

1) good lips - full & lush are better than thin & tight.
2) how much you love the person you're kissing - more is better.

And copping a feel is nice, too :-)

Posted by: Harvey at July 9, 2004 09:21 AM

"What distinguishes a good kiss from a great kiss?"

Passion. It's all in the passion.

Posted by: Daniel at July 9, 2004 09:22 AM

What makes a good kiss? A good kisser and the sex that is surely soon to follow...

Oops, let that one sink in a little too far, I'll be taking a cold shower if anyone needs me. hold my calls.

Posted by: shank at July 9, 2004 12:06 PM

Good kiss? The people doing the kissing. Works best with two actual people, using your own forearm just doesn't hack it.

Bad kiss? I think Harvey already covered the whole 'eating dirt' thing in another comment.

good from great? A kind of tingly, time warpage, lost sense of anything else in the world phenom. Well, that, and not ending up with gum you didn't start with.

Posted by: Wind Rider at July 9, 2004 12:13 PM

WR - and just what, exactly, is wrong with swapping gum?

Speaking of which, having eaten chocolate just before kissing is kinda nice :-)

Posted by: Harvey at July 9, 2004 10:30 PM

Variety is the spice in kissing. Deep, thrusting kisses, followed by light, butterfly, teasing kiss, or vice versa. Mix it up.

Posted by: Lorena at July 10, 2004 11:38 AM