making out

Kissing isn't only fun to do, but is also very beneficial to your health. We break down the science behind the kiss and the health benefits of making out.
After I was divorced and middle-aged and back in the dating pool, I unfortunately had to kiss a few more frogs. One I recall was a tongue-darter -- very disconcerting and unromantic. And another one was worse, he had bad breath and tasted like a dried-out steak every time I kissed him. Beef is okay to eat, but NEVER to kiss.
Aptly titled "Snog," it features up-close-and-way-too-personal shots of lovers rounding first base, all tongues and prickly
Kissing feels good--no doubt about that. But why does it feel good, and what happens inside your body when you lock lips
Sure, you've had some steamy makeout sessions with your spouse in your car or in the back of the movie theater, but sometimes
Scouting for a decent man on campus required a great deal of focus. You had to see past the sprinting engineering students, the slouching athletes and the arguing SIPA grads and try and find the prospects with an ounce of charm.
Michelle looks at Obama like she's undressing him. Embers turn to flames when you treat the object of your affection like the object of your desire.