A study came out saying that a large percentage of men and women have ended a promising relationship because their prospective partner was a bad kisser.
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From LifeWire By Jocelyn Voo (LifeWire) -- Bad kissers -- we've all locked lips with one: the lizard, the washing machine, the cannibal, the spelunker. "I knew this girl that I'll call Big Tongue," recalls Craig Hinkle, 38, a Westminster, California-based network administrator. "Her tongue was massive, and she insisted on trying to put the entire thing in my mouth. She was very forceful with it, and I started choking." You can guess that relationship didn't last. And now, what Hinkle knows from experience is actually backed up by science: Bad kissers have little chance of getting to second base. In a study published recently in the scientific journal "Evolutionary Psychology," 59 percent of men and 66 percent of women said they've been in the position of being attracted to someone -- until they kissed the person. Tango’s Take The halitosis man/ lady is a real deal-killer. The best part of the study was the assertion that dudes use kissing more as a vehicle to get to further action. And women enjoy kissing not just as foreplay. And some dude actually gives classes on kissing technique. We wonder if you start out with a CPR mannequin and work your way to a real person. This was more or less Ryan Gosling’s strategy in Lars And The Real Girl. So the takeaway is; if you really like someone, be sure you bring your A game for that first kiss or be prepared for a whole lotta self-pleasuring. Read More Of The Original Article…
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