Tuesday, 12 July 2011

Kiss me, beneath the milky twilight...

Hi dolls,

So, Cher once said "It's in his kiss" and you know what, I completely agree. "How can I tell if he loves me so?" Well, if his kiss oozes with lust and passion, then you know he likes you. Lady Antebellum said "Just a kiss on your lips in the moonlight,Just a touch of the fire burning so bright, And I don't want to mess this thing up..No, I don't want to push too far.Just a shot in the dark that you just might be the one I've been waiting for my whole life so baby, I'm alright with just a kiss goodnight." Sixpence none the richer wanted a kiss beneath the milky twilight where the silver moon was sparkling.

Your probably thinking I'm talking gibberish but think back to a time someone kissed you like they really meant it, like there was no one else in the room, on this planet even and you were just intwined in the most perfect lip lock.

To me a kiss is not just a kiss. I can spend hours kissing and cuddling a guy and not need any more sexual interaction because those kinds of kisses are so special and make you feel so in love. Even Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman said she would do everything and anything to Richard Gere, yet she would not kiss him. Why? Because you can only give a real kiss when you really like some one.

Now days, girls and guys go out to clubs and bars, get drunk and kiss who ever they see. Yes, it is fun and the next morning whilst attempting to cure a hangover, you remember that meaningless kiss or your friends remind you and say "I cannot believe you kissed that guy last night!" It happens to the best of us and you move on because it was meaningless and half the time, you won't see that person again, or even remember their name.

I am so into things old fashioned. I remember how my grandma used to tell me how men would "court" her. Back then, men were GENTLEMEN. You would meet at the local club, disco or bowling alley, they would ring the front door bell, come in to meet your parents and be so polite, they would take you out but have you home at an honest hour, write you a letter or throw a stone at your window to get your attention one night. I WANT THIS!
Why did things change so dramatically? Now days it is completely different. A guy will add you on Facebook and stalk your pictures before anything moves anywhere, say he has seen you out (when a lot of the time he probably has not), you will drive to your own date instead of him picking you up due to slight embarrasment, will take you to a boring restaurant or cinema, try get you back to his place and if not, before you both get into your own cars, there will probably be that end of date awkward snog. SNOG. Who wants a snog?! A snog is not a kiss. And this is what I mean.

I don't want that awkward snog at the end of the night. I want the kiss that will make my heart melt. I want the kiss that will make my stomach turn inside out with butterflies. I want the kiss that will make me go weak at my knees. I want the kiss that will make my leg pop back behind me. I want an upside down kiss like in Spiderman! I want it all!

To be honest, I cannot wait until the day I find the man who's kiss will do all of that to me. Everytime he kisses me, I want it to be like the first and last time we kiss with the most amount of passion you could ever desire.

Ahhhh, how I can only dream!

I hope you enjoyed this blog guys and dolls.

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Lotsa Love..

Little Miss V..xx


  1. Nice topic Miss V. Can totally understand where you're coming from - love your passion for it. Think the kiss is underrated and I 100% agree with you that a kiss, a cuddle and a snuggle can be perfect.

    I'd even argue that an intimate kiss can be more special that sex - you focus so much on the other person that it's special. Certainly for me, a passionate kiss is much more desirable than casual lustful sex.

    However, I do think a kiss like that should come with a warning. It evokes powerful emotions. Sometimes it can hurt - you can be left wanting more and never get it. A deep meaningful kiss is not something you can fake and you quite simply don't do it if you don't want to or don't mean it. As you point out, it's very different from going out, getting drunk and slobbering on someone's face!

    I agree with you though - you only kiss like that with someone you like. It's like there's an unwritten but accepted rule that you simply don't involve yourself in such a way with someone for a laugh. If you give a kiss like that you tend to only do it because you have very deep feelings for the other person. These aren't emotions you can just play around with and often these moments are unplanned - you just know when it's right.

    As I said, nice piece and something I can really relate to - the thrill, tingle and electricity; and unfortunately the excruciating pain that comes when you're teased, mislead or it's never followed up - it's horrible.

    I hope you find someone who'll want to kiss you as powerfully as you want to kiss them :) - I'm sure you will.

    PS a kiss in the Spiderman style is friggin awesome

  2. Late addition: interesting stuff about Facebook and how that's changed attitudes. I think for me, it's what makes this kind of kiss even more special - the fact that it is rare and it does only happen between two people who are deeply connected.

  3. The unsaid is stronger than any obvious and worn out word. The way you kiss says it all.
    S. X

  4. A real kiss = real true love

  5. Great blog!! LOve it, although now at work thinking about kissing :-) Another good quote- "A kiss is a lovely trick designed by nature to stop speech when words become superfluous." ~Ingrid Bergman

  6. Question for you: can a passionate, non-alcohol-fuelled kiss like that every be meaningless?

    I don't think so.

  7. When I think of kisses and all, it's like I'm tickled. It's just so sweet! Thanks for posting your insight about the matter. :)

  8. Wonderful topic and comments...I'm a man and I feel the same, 100%...kissing my fiancee is the most wonderful thing there is.