Things that happens to your body when you kiss someone – Kissy, kissy! Kissing is pretty great. Which is kind of crazy, when you think about. Because the actual mechanics of kissing are kind of odd and off-putting is analyzed from a distance. Imagine trying to explain how to kiss someone (and why you’d do it in the first place) to an alien from Planet X (the nosiest of all the planets, apparently).
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“Well,” you’d begin awkwardly, “when you feel physical attraction because of pheromones and stuff you press your mouth to the mouth of the pheromone-sprayer and suck on each others tongues in an effort to create genital heat.”
That is just shocking. I also maybe just put myself off of kissing for the foreseeable future. Sorry, man with whom I am currently bumping uglies!
As gross as it can be describe, kissing makes us feel awesome. It turns out there’s a lot happening to our bodies beneath the surface that’s responsible for our love of locking lips.
1. Increased blood flow
You feel all tingly for a reason. A good kiss sends blood surging, making you nipples stiff, your stomach fluttery, and your downstairs business all hot and bothered.