Post # 1
I am watching MTV true life (I know, I know … but it was about weddings!) and this one couple full-on MADE OUT as their first kiss – like you could see their tongues and jaws moving up and down … GROSS!! I mean, I thought it was gross – I’ve always seen first kisses that were closed-mouth and a little more, uh, less PDA. What do you guys think? Am I being uptight?
Post # 3
Yeah my husband and I are guilty of that a bit. We didn’t go completely crazy but I felt weird just doing a tight lipped peck.
Post # 4
I agree, I definitely want more than a peck – maybe like a lingering full-lip smooch with a dip or something – but this went on for a solid 15 or 20 seconds, I feel like if I had been a guest I would have felt uncomfortable … I dunno, I’m kinda grossed out by public making out in general though, so who knows …
Post # 5
Hmm… yeah, I think it’s a tad awkward when they are full on making out…. buuuut… at the same time, when it’s just a little peck, I think “aww… come ON!! It’s your WEDDING!”
There’s gotta be a happy medium between the two, IMO. 🙂
Post # 6
We had people giggling because we took too long kissing. Kind of funny after the fact!
Post # 7
Bahaha A month ago, I told my Fiance that we needed to perfect our wedding kiss so it was a happy medium between making out and tight lipped. I think we’ve figured it out, but I’m sure I’ll be so nervous on my wedding day I’ll smash into his face and give myself a fat lip or something…
Post # 8
I think “church tongue” is appropriate… 🙂 (love that movie)
Post # 9
@ corgitales, i LOVE the wedding singer :). I agree, chuch toungue is the way to go!
Post # 10
OMG. I LOVE that movie! I was going to say “church toungue” too. Hehe.
Post # 11
LMAO! Yeah, when I read the OP I definitely thought of the Wedding Singer. My hubby and I practiced ours, because we didn’t want a peck, but we didn’t want nasty, either. It is a church, after all, and I will have to see the guests frequently, so I didn’t want to gross any of them out. Hehe! 🙂
Post # 12
I am totally amazed that it took until post 7 to get a wedding singer reference! Ha! Funny.
Post # 13
better to long than too short! knowing my man, he’ll pick me up and carry me out of the room. i’ll have to tell him not to do that! i can just see it now: him stepping on my train, dress ripping to shreds, head cracking open…not good!
Post # 14
i have to admit that i’ve been to a few weddings where the kiss was plain uncomfortable to watch!! ew! but Fiance and i def aren’t into PDAs and are quite shy in that regard but i’m hoping its a nice, sweet, kinda short, church-appropriate kiss.
we always kiss at mass when we offer our “sign of peace”, so i’m hoping a cross between that and alittle more wedding-y. ha!
Post # 15
I like the “happy kiss” where you can kind of see the couple smiling like crazy as they kiss and its sweet and not pre sex and not hi mom.
Post # 16
We had a three or four second kiss..a little longer than a peck, but not much more. I personally don’t think much more than that is appropriate..but just my opinion. Everybody is different…and I don’t care what others do-I just wanted to make sure our kiss wasn’t too much for my comfort level…
@Quirky Ours was a “smiling” kiss..we were both grinning ear to ear while kissing… 🙂