It’s International Kissing Day, when we celebrate the simple pleasure of locking lips. So here’s a question: Think back on your FIRST kiss. Was it good, bad, or a total disaster?
Over 10,000 Americans were polled, and only 12% said their first kiss was bad.
51% said good or very good . . . 21% said just okay . . . 8% said somewhat bad . . . and 4% said VERY bad. Another 11% can’t remember, and 4% of adults have still never been kissed. Most were young people under 25 though.
Here are a few more quick stats for International Kissing Day . . .
1. How old were you when you had your first kiss? The most common answer is middle school, 36%. High school is next at 26% . . . 22% had their first kiss in elementary school . . . and 11% were over 18.
2. Most of us think we’re a good kisser. 74% said “good,” “great,” or “amazing.” Only 2% said “horrible.”
3. The #1 thing that can make you a bad kisser is having bad breath. The rest of the top five are too much tongue . . . allowing your TEETH to be involved . . . not ENOUGH tongue . . . and kissing with your eyes open.