A Lifetime of Kissing The average person will spend an estimated 20,160 min kissing in their lifetime.

Ancient Egyptians Ancient Egyptians never kissed with their mouths. Instead they kissed with their noses.

First Kiss 50% of all people kiss have their first kiss before they are 14.

Healthy Kissing Kissing helps reduce tooth decay because the extra saliva helps clean out your mouth.

Kissathon Record On Valentine’s Day 2004, 5,122 Philippine coupes gathered together at midnight and locked lips. This kissathon beat the previous world record of 4,445 couples set in January in Chile.

Kissing The Chinese didn’t kiss until the practice was introduced by Westerners, and they’re still not very keen on it.

Kissing & Calories You burn 26 calories in a one minute kiss.

Kissing Chemicals Kissing releases the same neurotransmitters (chemical messengers in the brain) as those that are released when you engage in intense exercise such as running a marathon or skydiving. This causes your heart to beat faster and your breathing to become deep and irregular.

Kissing Colors Some theorize that when you kiss a person with the same hair color as yourself, the result is a more passionate kiss.

Kissing Many People On September 15, 1990, Alfred Wolfram from New Brighton kissed 8001 people in just 8 hours, over sixteen people a minute, at the Minnesota Renaissance Festival.

Kissing Muscles You use only two muscles on your face when you give a peck kiss but you use all of your facial muscles and burn more calories during a passionate kiss.

Kissing Simultaneously More than 4,400 couples poured in the streets in Chile for a 10 second kiss, setting the world record for the largest number of people kissing simultaneously.

Kissing Throughout Your Life On average a human will spend up to 2 weeks kissing in his/her lifetime.

Longest On-Screen Kiss The longest on-screen kiss was the 3 minutes, 5 second liplock between Jane Wyman and Regis Tommey in “You’re in the Army Now.”

Lovapalooza 2 Kissing Record More than 5,300 couples locked lips for at least 10 seconds in Manila, Philippines to kick off Valentine’s Day 2005. This breaks Chile’s old record of 4,445 couples.

Night Kissing Our brains have special neurons that help us find each others lips in the dark

Science of Kissing The science of kissing is called philematology.

Strange Kissing Laws There are many strange laws regarding kissing that are still on the books. In Indiana, it is illegal for a man with a moustache to “habitually kiss human beings”. And in Hartford, CT, it is illegal for a man to kiss his wife on a Sunday.

The Kiss of Death In Naples, Italy in the 16th century, kissing was an offence that carried the death penalty.

Turning Heads while Kissing Onur Guentuerkuen of Ruhr-University Bochum in Bochum, Germany, studied hundreds of couples kissing. In his study, he found that two-thirds of people turn their heads to the right when kissing.

Valentine Kissing Record On Valentine’s Day 2004, an Italian couple made their way into the record books with a 31-hour 18-minute Valentine kiss. The couple beat the previous record by 18 minutes and 33 seconds, however, the man had to receive oxygen afterwards.

World’s Longest Kiss April 5, 1999: Karmit Tsubera and Dror Orpaz kissed for a record 30 hours and 45 minutes to win a kissing contest in Rubin Square, Tel Aviv, Israel


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  2. Excellent site. I enjoyed reading your article about kissing. Really fun to read.

  3. Hey great Nigeria blog i didnt know all that info about kissing woow great to know and very interesting.

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  5. Nancy Drew

    Cool stuff! I think I’ll embark on a kissing escapade ’cause i sure need to burn some calories.Keep up the good work.

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