Open-mouth kisses–whaddaya think?

Every time I see characters in a contemporary movie open their mouths at the approach of a kiss and turning their heads for the best angle, I think: Yuk, vampire!

A quick online search brings up a ton of photos and articles on this topic, including some sexy stuff. Still, I’m wondering if common kissing practice has influenced the movies, or if movies and other media (including magazines like Cosmopolitan) are chasing the sensational and provocative. As usual. Think about it, if the media gave a true representation of our culture, the result would be quite tame.

Anyway, I’d like some data on this kissing phenomenon. Does open-mouth kissing prevail?

Here’s a short poll that may help me understand. If you don’t find your answer in the poll, add your own as a comment.

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8 Comments

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8 responses to “Open-mouth kisses–whaddaya think?

  1. I’ve also heard it called “soul kissing” 🙂

  2. I voted “EWWW-la-la!

    That’s because when they go at it hammer and tongues, it turns me off at the start. Of course, it all depends on how tastefully they devour each other… and what led up to it. Lighting is important. Also, it’s better if they don’t look like lizards… or Christopher Walken.

  3. I adore him! Just can’t imagine kissing him. You know, one of the “mysteries of the universe” that Jimmie originally thought of asking Al about in Hyperlink from Hell was: “And what’s the story with Christopher Walken’s hair?” I cut it, and lots more, because the scene was too long. (Never let it be said that the hot mess that is Hyperlink had no editing whatsoever!)

  4. I don’t mind it in the movies, although on the bus to work is a little inappropriate.

    mood

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