There are two types of single people in the world: those that date and hook up, and those who are single by choice.  Both are styles of singlehood are present. For the former type, those that like to hook up and date, there is a style of kissing that plays into effect. What kind of kisser are you? It’s important for every single person to have an idea of the type of kisser he or she is. Determine your kissing style today, and thrive as a single person!


What Type Of Kisser Are You Singles


The Biter


The biter has the tendency of biting their lips and the other person’s lips while making out. This can spice up the common ‘peck’, but beware, this is an expert move. Proceed with confidence! When you bet nibbled on, or perhaps you are the biter, there is likely an S&M side to your personality. Some people find this HOT!



The Noisy Kisser


You or your partner may like to make a lot of noise while kissing. This includes ‘cooing’ or smacking your lips together with passion and emphasis. You can make a lot of noise when you’re are making out, which may excite the other person (how exciting!). If you don’t normally make noise while you kiss, try it out. Be brave, and embrace your sexuality – you might have more fun 😉


The Tongue Kisser


Known as the ‘French-Kiss’, the emphasis of kissing with a bit of tongue can be incredibly sensational. There are times when tongue kissing is appropriate. Just like biting, you will want to proceed with confidence. Each person will have different tongue thresholds. Just be aware and take note. You might kiss another who is an expert. The more you kiss, the better you get. So keep practicing! Initiate tongue play, and see how your partner responds.



The Bass Mouth


Unfortunately, many of us have experienced this type of kissing, or perhaps have been the culprit of kissing like a ‘bass mouth’. This is when someone goes to kiss you with an open mouth. It’s not attractive and just gets slobber around everywhere. If you incur someone who kisses like this, just let them know politely. No one likes a big-mouth. Oops! I mean ‘bass mouth.’



The Eyes Open Kisser


When you’re having intercourse, looking someone in the eye can be sexually stimulating. However, when you are kissing someone, peeking is the only form of open eyes that is appropriate. Keeping your eyes open while you kiss is just weird. Play it cool, and shut those eyes. You will experience better kissing with your eyes closed because your other senses will be heightened. Have fun with it, and if you really have to, just peek every now and then.



The Perfect Kisser


There will be times when you kiss another person and just feel that they are an amazing kisser. They are not too much or too little of a passionate kisser. They use the right amount of subtleties, lip biting, and sexual sounds. Hey, you might even have some hand-action in there, meaning they might run their hands through your hair, caress you, and gently grab your waistline and hips. Perfect kissers are either in committed relationships or are very experienced singles (players!). These kissers actions are perfectly in sync. Want to be a perfect kisser? Make sure you are doing your research before busting a move, and remember that practice makes perfect!




So, what kind of kisser are you? Learn some moves, practice, and get good at being a suave kisser. Your partner(s) will be thrilled to make out with you. Great kissers can lead to fun under-the-sheets, so make sure you do it right and have fun with it! Good luck out there.

Securely yours,


Danielle E. Brockman is a contributing writer for Secure Single LLC. Danielle has her own blog at eContently and you can connect with Danielle on LinkedIn.


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Danielle has chosen to be single in her walk of life. She experienced dating in her late teens and early twenties, and had always felt each relationship was unfulfilling. To find more meaning in her life, she broke off to go down a path of self-discovery.
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