French kiss

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Synonyms for French kiss

an openmouthed kiss in which your tongue is inserted into the other's mouth

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The alleged victim told the court that Harris asked her how old she was, and then said that he wanted to be the first one to introduce her to a tongue kiss as she just stood there frozen, Metro.co.uk reported.
Following one particularly demoralizing day, in which he is fired from his job working retail, learns a friend (Dan Aykroyd) has just been signed to a three-book deal, and has his laptop stolen, Stone is all too primed for the temptations of picAAEs distaff devil (Hewitt), who shows up in a va-va-voom magenta trenchcoat and seals StoneAAEs soul-bartering contract not with his signature, but with a full-throated tongue kiss. Literally overnight, Stone lands the interest of a junior Webster editor (Kim Cattrall, playing even more vixenish than Hewitt) and finds himself catapulted to the bestseller list.
"He grabbed me by the head and gave me a big tongue kiss. He stunned me."
He groped Tonya Lee when she was 14 years old and told another woman, who cannot be named for legal reasons, he wanted to be the "first to tongue kiss" her when she was 11.
" Harris was asked about another claim, made by a woman who has appeared as a witness, but whose allegations do not relate to a charge, in which he is said to have told her he wanted to be the first person to give her a "tongue kiss".
He said, 'Good, I want to be the first one to introduce you to a tongue kiss.' "His arms went up and around me and he gave me a tongue kiss.
London, June 8 ( ANI ): Malin Akerman, Who played a reporter with a bad perm in 'Rock of Ages', has revealed that she also got to share 'the tonguiest tongue kiss of all time' with her co-star Tom Cruise in the flick.
Following one particularly demoralizing day, in which he is fired from his job working retail, learns a friend (Dan Aykroyd) has just been signed to a three-book deal, and has his laptop stolen, Stone is all too primed for the temptations of pic's distaff devil (Hewitt), who shows up in a va-va-voom magenta trenchcoat and seals Stone's soul-bartering contract not with his signature, but with a full-throated tongue kiss. Literally overnight, Stone lands the interest of a junior Webster editor (Kim Cattrall, playing even more vixenish than Hewitt) and finds himself catapulted to the bestseller list.
My mother doesn't call every day and say, `When are you going to have a nice, deep tongue kiss with some lucky guy?'"