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You took your girlfriend out to fancy restaurant for Valentine's Day. But, you are not their just for the food and atmosphere. You will have to kiss your valentine to show her how much you love her. Since this is fancy restaurant no kissing is allowed, so you need to make sure not to get caught. Have Fun!
Is Valentine's Day one of your favorite holidays, and do you also think it is fun to play a free web game? If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play our free fun Valentine Kissing game online. Am I right? ;)
Use the mouse to hold the click to make the couple kiss.
Valentine's Day is here again, meaning an exponential explosion in the amount of kissing that goes on. It may seem a truism, but delivering a good kiss is an important art form. And not everyone is great at it. Falling into a pattern is the death knell to good kissing. If you're a guy, keep in mind that 96 percent of women love neck kisses. If you're a gal, you undoubtedly know that guys love French kissing. The majority of people fail to use their hands when kissing, we recommend you caress his or her face gently while kissing. Always start the kissing process slow with a regular lip kiss. Tease. Only talking allowed while kissing is the whisper of sweet things into your partner's ear. Always prepare for a kiss with plenty of eye contact, compliments, and pleasant conversation. Observe your partner's reaction. If she's giggling and smiling, you're on the right track. Alexander the Great conquered the world because he used different methods of attack and defense. In your campaign of love, remember this lesson from the great general, and vary your kissing style: sometimes fast, sometimes slow, sometimes forceful, sometimes light as a whisper. In this way you, too, will conquer the heart of your valentine.
Each year on February 14th, many people exchange cards, candy, gifts or flowers with their special valentine. The day of romance we call Valentine's Day is named for a Christian martyr and dates back to the 5th century, but has origins in the Roman holiday Lupercalia.