Kissing Tips and Techniques:
Kiss Types - Food:
Many food-based sweet kisses



1.) Take a bar, not a kiss, of hershey's chocolate and place it on your tongue. Kiss your lover deeply, the kind where you can rub the chocolate over his / her tongue and let it melt as you share the sweetness.
2.) Pick a cake or pie that both you and your lover enjoy. Take a spoonful of it, preferably small, and if you want to tease, rub anything gooey (icing, frosting, filling, the sauce from the fruit) over their lips before they put it in their mouth. Kiss them before they can chew, preferably with tongue so you two can (again) share the taste, and possibly the food. This covers a LOT of options.
3.) Take a bite of something you and your lover like that won't melt away (fruit, cupcakes, soft candy) and leave about half of it out for your lover. Kiss them as they take it.
4.) As suggested before, take a berry-like fruit and kiss your lover, preferably lying down with you on top or faces straight. During the kiss, bite into the fruit to give the both of you juices to sweeten the kiss.
5.) Cover your lips in something incredibly sweet, especially fruit juice or honey, and hold your lover's head to yours as you kiss. Hopefully the flavor will entice them to kiss longer.
6.) Cover yours, and your lovers', lips in the stickiest sweet you have around (probably caramel). Kiss each other and hold together as the treat keeps your lips together, almost always sealed.
7.) Pour only a bit of whipped cream into your lover's mouth and kiss, with tongue, to lick it around (as opposed to taking it for yourself).
8.) The classic. Start eating something decently long together and kiss at the middle. Though not always sweet, it's both cliche and it works.

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