A Conversation for Kissing with Confidence
Trout Montague Started conversation Jan 9, 2003
... can be expensive. So be careful.
U195408 Posted Jan 9, 2003
these aren't so bad once in a while, kind of fun in a getting acquainted sort of way.
Ek* this space intentionally left blank *ki Posted Jan 10, 2003
If you're wearing train-tracks then the last thing you want is tooth-clash ... if your teeth clash it means the shrapnel that's adorning your mouth has become impossibly intertwined with the shrapnel adorning your lucky victims mouth ... cue either delicate use of an oxy-acetylene welder or an embarrassing trip to the dentist with your respective parents in tow ...
U195408 Posted Jan 10, 2003
I can see how that would be a problem. I never heard of it actually happening to anyone I knew though. I guess they all knew to be careful.
Demon Drawer Posted Jan 10, 2003
Be particularly vcareful in teenage years if both you and your partner were braces the resulting entanglement may require an orthodontist to unentwine.
Jimi X Posted Jan 15, 2003
I dated a girl with whom this was a real problem...
It stemmed from her being too ardent in her kissing. Once she learned to relax and enjoy it and really wallow in a good long slow kiss she stopped having that problem.
Passion is nice, but too much is just painful. Unless that's your bag.
Trout Montague Posted Jan 20, 2003
The great thing about the UK's dentistry is that most Brits can eat corn off the cob through a tennis racket without any bother. It's only those without cemetary teeth that need to floss so much to clean out the entrapped detritus.
Braces => tight-teeth => trapped-food => bad breath
I've had to cry off from a snog for same strategic anti-peristalsis only once to my recall ... she was absolutely garlic-ridden.
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