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Ask LH: Where Did Kissing Come From? – Lifehacker Australia

Kissing is a good time – that much we know already. But why do we do it and how did the practice actually start out?

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Kissing is so commonplace that most people rarely think to stop and ask where humans picked up the habit in the first place. Where in humanity’s evolutionary history did smooshing our faces together come to be regarded as a display of lust, care, friendship and love?
An obvious answer to why we kiss is that it feels good. Densely packed nerve endings make your lips some of the most acutely sensitive regions of your entire body, and few things get them more riled up than a kiss. Stimulation of the…

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