Sunday, January 17, 2010

New Edition of The Art of Kissing

A cute new edition of The Art of Kissing is in stores now, just in time for Valentine's Day. This is the complete and unexpurgated text from the latest (second revised) edition of the book, originally published in 1991, revised in 1995, and issued in a second revised edition in 2005. This is that book, reformatted (and printed beautifully, in China) and now in a smaller size. Of course the book is written in English (even though it was printed in China). If I hadn't written it myself, I would still say it is the best book on kissing. I love it!

Monday, January 11, 2010

Why the Neck

The neck is a young man's Golden Gate Bridge. In plain and simple terms it is his highway to another world. When a girl throws her head back, say, if she's sitting on a sofa and you're kneeling at her side, you can trace the line of her neck up and down with your lips. Herodotus, the famed Greek historian, tells us that King Alexander the Great, when he was only eighteen years old, used this kissing technique on the neck of the Queen of Persia, who was 29 at the time. The queen had been a widow for three years and had vowed never to marry again. After a few minutes with Alexander and his neck kissing technique, she began to shiver and tremble, and a fine line of sweat formed on her forehead. She vowed to make the boy king hers, she fell so madly in love with his kissing style.

Why are you neglecting her neck? Like the Queen of Persia, she will love your neck kisses. I talk about neck kisses all the time but most guys don't pay much attention because neck kisses don't thrill them the way they affect women. But take it from Herodotus, the neck kiss will do the job, time and again.

How to do neck kisses like Alexander
  1. Kneel at her side.
  2. Run your lips up and down her neck.
  3. Whisper words of love as you kiss. Phrases such as, "Oh, you vixen!" or "My, what lovely ears you have!" will suffice. But if you can recite a sonnet or even a few lines from Robert Burns or Shakespeare or any number of other poets, she'll faint, just as the Queen of Persia did.
  4. Be careful with this one! You may have women falling in love with you.