Sometimes people want to hug other people. There is not necessarily anything wrong with this, but in general there is too much hugging in today’s society, and people should really lower their expectations of when and where they are entitled to hugs. I personally do not love to hug but society makes me.
Love at First Kiss is a reality dating show in which contestants kiss each other and then decide if they want more. Here’s a clip you can’t un-see.
Fashion icon Grace Coddington, having retired from Vogue, is keeping busy with a new scent from Comme des Garcons and, it seems, being somewhat relaxed. Into the Gloss stopped by her apartment in New York—decorated by an artful, homey cluster of black and white photographs—and discussed her lifelong beauty routine,…
In a delightful Valentine’s Day gesture that makes me searingly jealous, Leonardo DiCaprio planted a smooch on Dame Maggie Smith’s noble cheek during the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Awards. The impetus—not that one was really necessary, hello—was the “BAFTA Kiss Cam” introduced at this year’s…
The world is full of bad advice—don’t save any money in your twenties! Buy gaucho pants!—but one piece of advice you should really never heed is to tell someone if they’re a bad kisser, especially at the beginning of a relationship. No good can come of it.
“I feel you are here to make out with a bunch of dudes on TV,” Ian, a contestant on The Bachelorette this season, told Bachelorette Kaitlyn a few weeks back. Kaitlyn may have shut down Ian’s criticism handily during that episode, but while Ian was wrong about her intentions, he wasn’t wrong about her technique.
During a performance of “Human Nature” last night at Coachella, Madonna approached Drake from behind, kissed him on the mouth, and kept kissing him on the mouth while everyone in the audience screamed for various reasons. Based on his behavior immediately before and after Madonna’s lips formed an airtight seal on his…
We're three episodes into this season of The Bachelor and while there have been plenty of crazy antics, one thing is becoming abundantly clear: for all his makin' out, Chris Soules is probably not good at sex.
If you've ever been lonely on New Year's eve — I have, let's talk about it — you also know that one of the worst things is when couples get all cute and love each other and it's just exhausting on this one night. A single man named David decided that enough was enough and came prepared.
The New York Times Magazine knows how much the Internet is into random strangers kissing, so the publication recruited 18 actors, most of whom didn't know each other, to kiss each other in dramatic, slow motion fashion. The results are silly, stunning and sometimes sexy.
Like making out with your boo in public? Is 'Get a room!' hurled at you frequently? Well, count your blessings: your kissing shenanigans are illegal in India, a country where strict anti- PDA laws have spurred public kissing protests.
At last, here's what we've been waiting for— a short film showing real people and real first kisses, no actors, no models and no viral marketing campaign.
After discovering that viral 'Strangers Making Out' video was actually an ad full of models and other handsome types, perhaps you wondered what a less commercial alternative might look like. Wonder no more! Here is a short film from 1990 that's practically the same idea, except starring actual couples.
There's a short video currently going viral called "First Kiss," which shows 20 strangers meeting for the first time and then making out—on camera. Adorably awkward and surprisingly steamy, it's pretty charming. It's also a clothing advertisement.
Endless Porno Kisses, the website, is the sort of simple, brilliant, totally self-evident tomfoolery the internet built its reputation on.
The Daily Mail recently published an article announcing "the most depressing Valentine's Day gift ever," a pillow — designed by Florida-based designer Emily King — that comes with a mouth attached so that the owner can make-out with it.
Sorry in advance for the nightmare fodder, but Valentine's Day is approaching or some such thing and so, you know, kissing and love.
Every year, freshman at Stanford University, their high school nerdstink still clinging to their strategically selected college reinvention outfits, gather on a quad to be ushered into the prestigious school's community by polite, consent-seeking upperclassmen. You'd think the tradition — known colloquially as the…
Just kiss goddammit; JUST KISS ALREADY!
Metro St. James, a French style cafe in Sydney, is running a unique, sort of romantic/pretty creepy promotion for the month on June. When presented with their bill between the hours of 9 and 11am, customers who come in in pairs are given the option of paying for their coffee not with money, but by kissing one another.