Word of the day

(actually two words) – french kiss

Defined as an open-mouthed kiss with tongue contact. This phrase appeared in British and American speech shortly after World War I, before which there was no equivalent term. Does this mean that before World War I men and women didn’t kiss this way, or they just didn’t talk about it?

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