Don’t you love a good, passionate kiss? Kissing is fun, pleasurable, and connecting! It can get the heart racing and the endorphins pumping. A good loving kiss can help reduce stress and anxiety. Kissing is not only good for your health, it’s great for your relationship. The skin on the lips is quite thin and our lips contain many nerve endings. Through our lips we can pick up on temperature, taste, mood, desires, and attitudes of our partner. No wonder why kissing can be so erotic!

We want to help you celebrate International Kissing Day on July 6th! Take advantage of this fun holiday to really enjoy some romantic touch and kissing time together with your spouse. We whipped up a fun game for you to print out and play to make 7/6 a great, kissable day!

Kissing is another powerful form of communication in relationships. How you kiss says a lot about each other and how one another is feeling. When you kiss, what do you communicate? What does your kiss say about you and the state of your relationship? Are you kissing to get attention? Are you kissing to express affection? Or are you kissing to say, “get away, I need my space?” We created a free Kiss & Tell bedroom game have fun by aware of different types of kisses — and paying attention to what messages you’re sending and receiving when you make out!

Soooo…How do we celebrate International Kissing Day? By practicing the art of kissing, of course! Pucker up and shower your significant other with tender kisses. And kissing can involve much more than just your lips.

But first, some fun facts!

KISSING BY THE NUMBERS!
πŸ’‹ 26 – the number of calories burned during a one-minute kiss.
πŸ’‹ 278 – the number of bacteria colonies exchanged during a kiss.
πŸ’‹ 2 weeks – the time a person spends in their life kissing.
πŸ’‹ $1600 – the price for which a lipstick imprint of a kiss made by Mick Jagger was sold.
πŸ’‹ 90% – the percentage of people in the world who kiss on the lips.
πŸ’‹ 50% – the percentage of people who have kissed before reaching their teenage years.
πŸ’‹ 1923 – the year when the term β€˜French kiss’ came into use in America.
πŸ’‹ 34 – the number of facial muscles used to kiss someone.
πŸ’‹ 5 – the number of cranial nerves involved in one kiss.
πŸ’‹ 58 hours, 35 minutes and 58 seconds – the longest kiss achieved by Ekkachai Tiranarat and Laksana Tiranarat (both Thailand) according to the Guinness Book of World Records

(Information from nationalday.com)

Free Kiss & Tell Kissing Game Printable

Download and print the pages below for a fun kissing game with lots of different types of kisses to spice up your holiday!

This game is easy to play. The instructions for this fun new kissing bedroom game are:

  1. Download and cut out the cards in the PDF below
  2. Fold them and place them in a hat, bowl, or other holder
  3. Decide who will kiss first, such as the person with the most experience kissing goes first. The other is the receiver and the one that will do the guessing.
  4. Act out the action in a kiss
  5. The receiver guesses what type of kiss was written on the prompt the partner was trying to convey through their kiss!

We hope this date night idea will make International Kissing Day extra fun and spicy. You can use this date any time of the year, just add in other prompts that you think of to go along with the prompts we have given you and mix it up a bit!