Does tongue tied affect kissing?

Tongue-tie can interfere with activities such as licking an ice cream cone, licking the lips, kissing or playing a wind instrument.

Asked By: Mariah Turner
Date created: Sun, Nov 15,2020

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Tongue-tie can interfere with activities such as licking an ice cream cone, licking the lips, kissing or playing a wind instrument. May 15, 2018Tongue-tie (ankyloglossia) – Symptoms and causes – Mayo Clinichttps://www. mayoclinic. org › tongue-tie › syc-20378452https://www. mayoclinic. org › tongue-tie › syc-20378452Search for: Does tongue tied affect kissing?

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What is the longest coldest kiss?

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 One night while vacationing in London, Helen and Alec walked to Parliament. On the way Alec passed a couple kissing, as it was clearly a first kiss for the man. Just before he got into the room, he smiled at Helen. As soon as he passed through the door he closed it as if the kiss was not to be seen. This kiss was six inches long. The second story is true, but the man was kissed on the cheek while Helen was kissing him. I'm sure that I have read the longest coldest kiss but I have never heard of it being put on record. It had to be a real kiss where the lip touches the lips or on the lips so not any of those little cutesy kisses with no tongue involved. So does anybody know the longest and coldest kiss in the history of mankind? Re: What is the longest coldest kiss? Hmmm I wonder about that. The longest coldest kiss I have heard of is on a TV news program. A man was born on Christmas Day, 2000, and the woman would not say who his parents were, nor who his father is, so

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