Dec 3, 2007

Bad kissers don't get to second base

At least, that's what this article claims:
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.

"At the moment of the kiss, there's a very complicated exchange of information ... that may tap into underlying evolved mechanisms" cluing us in on whether we're genetically compatible, explains Gordon Gallup, co-author of the study and professor of psychology at the State University of New York at Albany. "A kiss can be a deal-breaker in terms of whether a relationship will flower or flounder, so to speak."
Good thing my technique is totally on point. Not that I'm bragging or anything.

Okay, I am. A little.


(Props to Ceci for the link.)

3 comments:

pins&needles said...

I can't brag about myself cuz I've never asked if I was good or not. When I think about it, I don't think I care as long as I like the way he kisses. That sounds all selfish and super sweet 16 of me to say, but it's kinda true. I've kissed a bad kisser and it's an instant turn off.

mrgumby2u said...

I don't know if I've ever encountered somebody I would consider a bad kisser. I did date one woman, though, who just wouldn't kiss. That was a deal breaker.

Mags said...

WHAT? How the hell do you NOT kiss?

That just ain't natural.