- Auguste Rodin’s The Kiss
- Thomas Edison’s The Kiss
- Hershey’s Kisses
- V-J Day in Times Square Kiss
- The Kiss of Death
- World Leaders Kiss
- Al and Tipper Gore Kiss
- Ray Bourque’s Stanley Cup Kiss
- Britney and Madonna Kiss
- Post-Stanley Cup Riots Kiss
- World Leaders Don’t Kiss
- The Obamas on The Kiss Cam
- The Fastest Runner Kiss
- The Longest Kiss
- TIME Covers of Same-Sex Couples Kisses:
- Speed Skaters Kiss
I am a teenager who enjoys kissing and may I just say I love this article. It captures everything that kissing should be about; rejoicing after a war ends, finding peace in world politics, or just simply showing that you love someone. This article shows that kissing isn't just a one way street it.
Kissing isn't always suppose to be sensual, and this article proves that. There are some kisses that are suppose to sweet, passionate, friendly , or just for show. This articles shows that kissing is important and has impacted our history in more ways than one.
As a gay American, I am tempted to say that my favorite kiss is the Time cover...but after looking at the picture of the Post-Stanley Cup Riots Kiss, I have to say, that I have never seen the embodiment of what a passionate kiss looks like until I saw that picture. The passion! The fire! And finding comfort in each other in the midst of such a debacle! Isn't that what a kiss should be?
The sheer a la mode of the kiss by Gore to show his loyalty to Tipper in contrast to Clinton with his illicit affair with Lewinsky was to win the election. But that loyalty was sheer hypocritical and Tipper had to leave Gore in great disgust.
@AbrahamYeshuratnam He likes em chunky and authoritative.