Pecking, smooching, French kissing, and playing tonsil-hockey — there are as many names for kissing as there are ways to do it.Whether we use it as an informal greeting or an intensely romantic gesture, kissing is one of those ingrained human behaviors that seems to defy explanation.
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This behavioral asymmetry is thought to stem from the same preference for head turning during the final weeks of gestation and during infancy.
One of the best things about kissing, however, is that we don’t have to think about any of this.
He may, if he feels affection for you, do what you ask because he desires to please you.
He may agree to your requests — your terms — if he thinks he must in order to continue dating you.
And although chimps may pass food from mother to child, the notoriously promiscuous bonobos are apparently the only primates that truly kiss.
Related: If You Don't Like How They Kiss, It Will NEVER Work Out. And while it’s thought that 90 percent of the human population kisses, there’s still the 10 percent that doesn’t.
Its many purposes — a blow and peck for good luck on dice, lips to ground after a rocky boat ride, kisses in the air to an acquaintance, and the long slow smooches of Hollywood — have different meanings yet are similar in nature. Kissing is more than just showing GIPHYYet, not all cultures or mammals kiss.