360 still eats up your coms! In case of bugs which prevent you from leaving your coms at the side bar or to send me a message (all newer messages in my mailbox have disappeared – very old ones, however, which had been deleted reappeared instead!!!) try to COM here below.
360 mange toujours les coms et les messages personnels. Dans ce cas vous pouvez me laisser un com ci-dessous!
Mes ami(e)s, je vous souhaite un merveilleux weekend: plein de soleil dans votre coeur, de joie, amour et paix!
Make love not war!
Dear friends, enJOY a WONDERful weekend with SUNshine in your heart, PEACE and LOVE!
Amiche et amici, vi auguro un bellissimo fine settimana – con gioa, amore et pace!
Ein wunderschönes Wochenende Euch allen!
Kisses, bisous, baci, besos, puss, Bussis und Küsse 😉
THE FIRST FLASHKISS IN PARIS.LA PREMIERE FLASHKISS A PARIS OU SE SONT ECHANGES DES BISOUS PAR CENTAINE.UNE SORTE DE KISS DAY POUR PREPARER LA KISS NIGHT.
PROCHAINE FLASHKISS LE 15 DECEMBRE A 15H.
…ET C’EST SÜR DES BISOUS PLUS ON EN DON NE ET PLUS ON EN RECOIT.
KISS AMBASSADORS ET KISS KNIGHTS:
CYRIL SKINAZY, GREGORY CASPER, CEDRIC GORRIAS, JEREMY DUMONT, DEBORAH MOTTAIS.
P.S.: My dear twin sis, the readheadgirl, pointed out that:
“And yes, I definitely think kissing is an art. 🙂 What a charming video! It’s funny, because in the U.S., we don’t kiss each other, although we do hug our friends. But it wasn’t until I came to Montreal that I encountered the double-cheek kiss, and I think it’s a lovely custom (although it took me a while to get used to it — I’d always go the wrong way and bump heads with the person!).”
So I want to add a short notice about kisses in my cultural neighbourhood :))
Austria is a hand-kissing country. Of course this would be quite old fashioned in everyday life (though when I was I young girl it was completely normal to kiss a woman‘s hand instead of shaking it) but in Vienna when visiting a ball or an evening reception a woman‘s hand is rather kissed than shaken.
But the more the hand kisses vanished from the daily and young life, the more the so-called Bussi-Bussi-society came up. Bussi is the Austrian word for bisous (little kiss), whereas Kuss is the German word for a real kiss.
In Italy they kiss once or twice, in France twice or four times on the cheek without hugging! – and in north-african arab countries three times but only men and men 😉 though often accompanied by a big hug!
Further P.S. 😉
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