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THE TOP 5 CRAZY HOT KISSING TECHNIQUES

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2. BITING KISS.
Most people mistakenly believe that the skill of kissing boils down to their ability to control the movement of their lips. They ask themselves plenty of silly questions such as, “What kissing technique is the best for my lips?” or “How strong should I squeeze my lips?” and so on. You needed to understand once and for all that kissing is the way more than just lips touching.

For example, some kissing types may involve the use of teeth. However, there are several ways to use teeth in kissing: wrong and right. It is easy to guess that the right type requires slow and gentle biting. By kissing your partner, you shouldn’t turn to a predatory beast, who is trying to attack his prey.

How can you perform a biting kiss correctly? First, bite your partner’s lip softly. After a while, you may kiss him in more aggressive way and try to bite other parts of your partner’s lips. Look how he responds. You may try this kissing method with someone you’ve kissed a lot, because not every partner likes biting. And don’t forget that your goal is to seduce your partner, not to hurt him.

3. SUCKING.
This technique is similar to the previous one. The difference is that you should squeeze the lips of your partner with your lips, and them slowly release them. Be careful, there are several tips, which can help you make this kiss unforgettable.

Firstly, you should perform this sucking kiss slowly and gently. Don’t squeeze his lips too much, but don’t be too passive. Secondly, imagine that the lips of your partner is a lollipop: suck it without trying to eat it. This way, your partner will be satisfied by your kissing skills!

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