A kiss, two or three peck peck? First, right or links, in the air, on the cheek or even on the mouth? Only with girlfriends or with friends or even unknown? Are there any situations, where not around French Kiss unrestrained? Paul Taylor, his character comedian and Englishmen, lives in Paris and therefore needs daily with the phenomenon „Kiss“, the French version of the welcome- and farewell kiss, explain. Paul Taylor explains the kiss art of his French fellowmen most vivid and entertaining, while out- and herküssend strolls through his Parisian pub. on Wikipedia way, there is two beautiful France Cards the number of kisses and if you start the right or left.
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