Kissing tradition dates back over 2,500 years.
Kissing offers immune system boost, stress reduction, and pain alleviation.
The Science Behind It: Kissing releases oxytocin, the "love hormone," promoting attachment and bonding.
Kissing Around the World:
Different cultures have varying kissing customs. Some cultures prefer cheek or forehead kisses, while others opt for lip kisses.
The Longest Kiss:
A Thai couple holds the record for the longest continuous kiss: 58 hours, 35 minutes, and 58 seconds.
Kisses symbolize love, passion, and desire in literature and art. Famous paintings and iconic movie scenes depict the power of a kiss.
Ancient Romans used kisses as greetings and signs of respect. Hand or cheek kisses were common upon meeting someone.
Kissing under mistletoe originated from Norse mythology. It was believed to bring good luck, fertility, and protection from evil spirits.
Famous Movie Kisses:
Iconic movie moments include the rain-soaked kiss in "Casablanca" and the upside-down kiss in "Spider-Man."