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Different Types of Kisses and What They Mean – 2020 Review

Let’s talk about kissing, one of the most intimate actions two humans can take to show their affection. Kisses seem to be so common, but did you know they have a deeper meaning than just mouth-to-mouth connection? Many couples overlook kissing in their relationship. The truth is that each kiss has a hidden message about your partner’s feelings. In this post, we are going to cover what kisses mean, the different types of kisses, and what you should look out for.

Here is a list of kisses and what they might say about your relationship:

The Cheek Kiss

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The cheek kiss is a classic “I want to be intimate with you, but I don’t want to overstep your boundaries.” Unless of course, you live in Europe, where a double-cheek kiss is a common greeting among friends and family. If you’re on a first date and you receive a cheek kiss, it’s a good sign that your date wants to continue things.

The Air Kiss

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Unless you’re attending mime college, an air kiss is usually a family-friendly way of saying hello or goodbye. Giving an air kiss is mimicking a real kiss, but without making contact. Air kisses aren’t meant to be taken too seriously, as they are usually an action of habit. Everyone has that one friend who loves to let out a “MWAH!” before saying goodbye.

The Forehead Kiss

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This is the first kiss on the list that has deep meaning. You’ll notice the forehead kiss in movies right before the hero says goodbye to their partner or family. A forehead kiss is nothing less than “I sincerely care about you, and it would mean the world to me to see you again.” These kisses may also be bittersweet. Sometimes a forehead kiss is initiated after you see someone you were certain you would never see again (aka a missing person or someone in danger).

The Hand Kiss

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The hand kiss is synonymous with royal chivalry. Generally, hand kisses aren’t given to someone you know well. They are usually a sign of sincere respect or admiration used when meeting someone for the first time. They appear the most normal in a formal setting, because a hand kiss at the movie theater might come across as creepy.

The Nose Kiss (Eskimo Kiss)

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Seeing a couple rub noses might make you cringe, but some think it’s a cute gesture. This is one kiss that doesn’t involve lip contact. The thing about an Eskimo kiss is that it does require you to be extremely close to your partner. An Eskimo kiss is generally a sign of a healthy relationship.

The Bottom Lip Kiss

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Also known as the half kiss, the bottom lip kiss is usually a gateway to more physical contact. This kiss is nothing less than a flirty way of teasing your partner. Throw in a gentle lip bite, and you know the show’s about to start.

The Neck Kiss

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This is where the list becomes more PG-13. The neck kiss is extremely intimate and is usually involved in foreplay. Put it this way: Would you ever kiss a friend on the neck? Probably not. The neck is sensitive, so a soft kiss can initiate an exciting sensation. Seldom does a neck kiss end with a “goodnight and nice to meet you.”

The French Kiss

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Nothing says “je t’aime” like a good French kiss. It’s known as the French kiss because around 1920 people viewed the French as more sexually liberal. Throwing tongue into an already passionate kiss is solidifying the connection. Not all French kisses are related to love, but if you and your partner use the French kiss frequently, it’s safe to say there’s still some passion burning between you.

The Lip Bite

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This kind of kiss is popular among two passionate individuals and, of course, zombies. Playfully biting your partner’s lip is a direct signal suggesting you’re enjoying the moment, according to caescortservices.com. Some people are more into lip-biting than others, so if your partner isn’t feeling the vibe, it doesn’t mean they don’t like you. Most people make it abundantly clear that the lip-biting turns them on, so you’ll know right away if it’s a good move.

The Body Kiss

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Not all kisses are on the lips or face. A body kiss might involve a kiss on the chest, belly, back, or even feet. Body kisses usually happen pre- or post-coitus. Not all body kisses are sexual, though. Some partners perform a body kiss while watching a movie or just cuddling in bed. Body kisses are often common among new lovers, but they can happen at any time in the relationship.

The Lizard Kiss

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If you’re into tongues, then the lizard kiss is a dream come true. It is the simple act of licking your partner’s tongue. Some find it gross while others find it extremely erotic. This kind of kiss is usually common among partners who are doing the deed for the first time.

The Nipple Kiss

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Any contact with the nipples can lead to mayhem in the bedroom. It doesn’t matter which gender you are, having your nipples kissed feels amazing. Some might not like the sensation because it tickles, but the majority of people love this. Your partner’s reaction to a nipple kiss will determine how far they are willing to go.

The Kiss Between The Legs

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Of course, we saved the best for last. There’s no better way to make your partner go crazy than to gently kiss their genital area (whether it’s over or under the underwear). If you do take it this far, be prepared to go all the way, as leaving someone hanging after a sensational kiss between the legs is just plain evil.

Has our list given you goosebumps? There you have it – the different types of kisses and what they mean. If you’re looking to try any of the kisses above, some escort services provide a discreet experience right in your city.

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