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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by Gustavo Machado, Apr 24, 2010.
No they don't give you the H1N1 but they do transmit herpes.
Be Careful Whom You Kiss!!!
Thanks for the heads up......
But I don't think I'm going to ask a girl to get an STD test before I kiss her.
Wait, you don't? Maybe that's why I haven't had much luck getting dates lately. Guess asking for the STD test scares 'em off or something.
Mouth prophylactics. Just sayin'
Just say "mwah".
I always thought lipstick was an effective prophylactic. The brighter red it is, the higher the protection factor.
Thats why the kiss on the cheek was invented. That way you can get up close to examine the lady.
It should be mandatory to test health history, physical condition and genetic weaknesses before engaging in romantic endeavors of any kind. The current lack of which is why we've got so many sick, stupid, and ugly people in the world.
For everybody else theres the Christian Side Hug.
You paraphrase, but leave out that it's herpes simplex (cold sores). You can get that from a drinking fountain or if your Grandma kisses you. I read somewhere that a large percentage (a majority) of the population has herpes simplex.
The poster that posted about mouth prophylactics must be joking.
Most of us have herpes anyway, from chicken pox.
I got my Grandma to do an STD test. She's clean.
Most of the population would test serologiclly positive for this reason. People catch if from their parents when they are kids.
Also you can use saran wrap, but not the microwavable kind, as it has tiny holes in it. The odd things I remember from school.
hahaha, what the hell was your reaction afterwards...
You think that's something, then hold onto your seats for my forthcoming three-part exposé on the fad of unprotected hand-holding, leading to an historically high rate of new cootie infections. Tentatively titled, Girl Germs: Lives Ruined, this hard-hitting documentary exposes practices previously considered by many audiences too icky for public viewing. Viewer discretion is advised.
Viewers will be educated on the latest inoculation research, such as the innovative methods under development by Cambridge researcher Dr. Amanda Hugnkiss. While cautioning that human trials are years away, Hugnkiss claims to have collected compelling evidence that precise application of circles and dots, in a controlled regimen as yet unknown to science, can constitute an effective barrier against cootie transmission and offer hope to millions. We also interview representatives of the religious organizations who oppose her work on the basis that it encourages immoral behavior.
I love this post.
I love to kiss. I'm still alive. So long as you don't go around getting all Mary Chapin Carpenter on everyone, you'll be fine.
I came out of my 2 year hiatus, just to post in this thread.
I thought I was the only one freaked out about all of that. For those reasons, I still have not had my first kiss.