Were you a good kisser?

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2010/09/14 17:32:00 (permalink)

Were you a good kisser?

My first kiss I was so nervous, I managed to close my eyes too soon and therefore not knowing the proper distance, banged teeth with my darling, Ellen, I believe her name was. I was so humiliated I practiced kissing, by kissing my pillow, true, [ I'm too old to be embarassed not to cop to it], I evolved , with practice both pillow and for real, into what I considered a pretty good kisser, at least I thought so...I can rember early on getting almost dizzy knowing the girl accross from me wanted me to kiss her, then ahh, making out, for hours, days?? I don't know, all I know is time flew during a MO session. The fragile passions of the first baby steps of a new romance born...my God, where did the time go, the late 50's early 60's, sweet!
Were you a good kisser?
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    the ancient mariner
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    Re:Were you a good kisser? 2010/09/14 19:12:59 (permalink)
    Hey Brother I am beginning to worry about y'all.
    Makin' out in the back seat ----my, my and
    now was we good kissers? 
    You will be investigated by the Society for the Prevention of
    Dreamin' Bout the Good Old Days if y'all don't look out.
     
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    Re:Were you a good kisser? 2010/09/15 13:55:34 (permalink)
    Ancient One, when Mr. Hoffman doesn't post to your topic, you know your in trouble!
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    Re:Were you a good kisser? 2010/09/15 14:51:37 (permalink)
    Michael is a gentleman-----
     
    and a gentleman never tells.
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    Re:Were you a good kisser? 2010/09/15 17:19:30 (permalink)
    Just found out why no response, I posted the topic on another forum, Fast Food, don't know how it got there, when I checked back here, nothing, no topic etc. so I reposted this. I was just in Fast Food and suprised to find my topic there...sorry folks, can't explain the screw up!
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    the ancient mariner
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    Re:Were you a good kisser? 2010/09/15 18:32:05 (permalink)
    Anyone on FastFood a good Kisser ? 
    Good opportunity to offer a kiss testing service at Chubbys. 
    Women only, of course.
    That should get Michael Hoffman out of the closet.
     
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    Re:Were you a good kisser? 2010/09/15 20:17:03 (permalink)
    You know there's probably a Cosmo magazine test for all that.
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    Re:Were you a good kisser? 2010/09/15 21:19:25 (permalink)
    "Were"? You mean like in past tense? I like to think nothing's changed. Of course, the kissee has stayed the same for the past 21 years (anniversary last week).
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    Re:Were you a good kisser? 2010/09/16 01:04:50 (permalink)
      According to my wife of 15 years I am still a "Damn Good Kisser!!!" I've got two wonderful kids to prove it.
      My first attempt was much like Tom's. Teeth jarring to say the least.
     
      David O.
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    Re:Were you a good kisser? 2010/09/16 09:28:55 (permalink)
    boyardee65

      According to my wife of 15 years I am still a "Damn Good Kisser!!!" I've got two wonderful kids to prove it.


    I hope you've become aware that that's not how they get here.  :)
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    Re:Were you a good kisser? 2010/09/16 17:27:35 (permalink)
    Mosca

    "Were"? You mean like in past tense? I like to think nothing's changed. Of course, the kissee has stayed the same for the past 21 years (anniversary last week).


    Tom, Congratulations..."She/he had kisses sweeter than wine, uh oh, uh oh"
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    Re:Were you a good kisser? 2010/09/16 17:28:41 (permalink)
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    boyardee65

    According to my wife of 15 years I am still a "Damn Good Kisser!!!" I've got two wonderful kids to prove it.


    I hope you've become aware that that's not how they get here.  :)


    That is funny!
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    Re:Were you a good kisser? 2010/09/16 17:41:08 (permalink)
     
     
    Excellent kissing----- rated as a 12 on a scale of 1-10  is definitely something we are born with.  I have spent a lifetime investigating and testing. 
     
    It is not, repeat NOT, an acquired habit------
     
    Either ya got it or ya ain't.
     
     
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    Re:Were you a good kisser? 2010/09/17 10:58:21 (permalink)
    Maybe so, but practicing is so much fun!
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    Re:Were you a good kisser? 2010/09/17 11:13:40 (permalink)
    Yes, practice makes perfect----and since no one is perfect we must keep practicing. 
     
    Car pulls up next to a traffic cop in NYCity and the driver asks "How do I get to Carnegie Hall?"-----Practice, practice, practice, said the cop. 
     
    A KISSING rule of thumb----Having a willing partner to practice with is a good thing.
     
     
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    Re:Were you a good kisser? 2010/09/17 12:27:36 (permalink)
    the ancient mariner

    Yes, practice makes perfect----and since no one is perfect we must keep practicing. 

    Car pulls up next to a traffic cop in NYCity and the driver asks "How do I get to Carnegie Hall?"-----Practice, practice, practice, said the cop. 

    A KISSING rule of thumb----Having a willing partner to practice with is a good thing.




    LOL!
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    Re:Were you a good kisser? 2010/10/19 22:51:57 (permalink)
    No.
     I like to get past that.
    Kissing ruins everything.
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    Re:Were you a good kisser? 2011/08/13 12:22:07 (permalink)
    My first boyfriend I was too nervous to kiss, but eventually I learned ho to kiss, I do not date a lot but of the 5 men that I have dated, not one complaint. and practice does make perfect
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