The anatomical juxtaposition of two orbicularis oris muscles in a state of contraction

kiss3.jpgIt’s a kiss! And……beyond the pure joy of kissing, there is published research that states that each passionate kiss burns between 6 and 12 calories, depending upon the level of enthusiasm.

“Each kiss placed and received buns an average of 9 calories.” At an average of three kisses a day (of course that means EVERY DAY) that amounts to burning OVER 9,000 a year. That means three pounds of weight loss!

So not only is kissing soooooooooooooo good, it’s a great way to loose weight!

Start today and get in the habit of sharing at least three kisses every day! Kiss your mate, your partner, your children, your mama or dad, your grandma or grandpa, an aunt or uncle, a friend, or even a puppy!

17 Responses to “The anatomical juxtaposition of two orbicularis oris muscles in a state of contraction”

  1. suburbanlife Says:

    This is a great definition, I’m going to use it on my husband tonight! πŸ˜‰

  2. Marsha J. O'Brien Says:

    Not an original I am afraid, but I love it to and did use it on my hubby too! I also think it’s great just to throw into a conversation when there is a dull moment. Thanks for your comment!

  3. Dave Procter Says:

    This was the last question on my anatomy and physiology final exam about 35 years ago. I answered: “The primordial buss.” The professor and I got a chuckle out of it. Dr. Edd Hogg (honest) was an imaginative and laid back teacher; one of the good guys. He’s now long dead.

  4. Marsha J. O'Brien Says:

    Very funny! Sounds like your teacher was awesome. I had a few good ones myself that I will never forget! They are probably all dead too! But I’m still here alive and kicking and smiling. Thanks for your comments.

  5. bill Says:

    Please visit jesus is lord website.
    Thank you.

  6. George Ganssle Says:

    I was going through an old notebook of mine and came across a notation: ” the anatomical juxtaposition of …” Although I’d been a big love-letter writer, I couldn’t figure out where I’d used it or even what it meant. Then I came here & puckered up. Bill, thanks for the suggestion. Adios

  7. marsha o'brien Says:

    Amen.

  8. sadegh Says:

    hiiiiiiiiiiii??????

  9. Maryann Covello - NJ & GA Says:

    When I was about 14 years old Ford taught me the meaning of these words..how exciting to know something that many did not know @ that Age. Wonderful moments growing up.

  10. Marsha J. O'Brien Says:

    “Wonderful moments growing up” – I was fortunate enough to have many of those!
    Thanks for taking time to comment!

  11. Georges Says:

    Found that definition years ago in a toungue twister book and never forgot it. Good stuff.

  12. Marsha J. O'Brien Says:

    My twin taught me that “keeper”. Just stayed in my memory forever – kind of like a good kiss! THANKS for your comment!

  13. Hank Johnson Says:

    The first time i was aware of this definition was back in 1963 observing the fine arts of the advisory section in my favorite novel by Hugh Heffner and his bunnies. I have added a few words to this definition to throw a smile onto more peoples’ faces. I asked them what is the anatomical juxtapositon of two orbicularis oris muscles in the state of contraction before marriage?

  14. marsha o'brien Says:

    Clever! I just may use that. πŸ™‚ I actually met Hugh Heffner in the playboy headquarters in Wisconsin – with Barbie, his prime girl at the time. My former husband was performing there. He bought me a bunny necklace and I had a blast with it. One time in an elevator a guy kept staring a me. His wife was wondering…when he said, “I can’t help but ask, but were you the cover on the June issue?” Of course I said yes. It was fun giving my autograph but he was probably disappointed when he reviewed the issue. But I sure made his day that day!

  15. Barbara Bentley Says:

    I sent a card with this on it to my boyfriend who was in the Marines at the time, back in 1954

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