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missletoe? missle toe?

CephalicCarnageCephalicCarnage Registered User regular
edited December 2006 in Help / Advice Forum
However you spell it, i dont know, but thats not the point. I have a question, and here it is......lol...

If you happend to be under the missletow, toe, tou, do you kiss on the lips or on the cheek?
Does it depend on anything? this is like a seinfeld question, what situations merit what type of kiss? i dont know!!! help plz?

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    AndrewAndrew Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    You kiss on the penis.

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    TheungryTheungry Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    Dive in tongue first unless its your grandma!

    .... ummm i mean, if you are doing the kissing, go for whatever you feel like you can get away with. If you are under the mistletoe then leave it up to the kisser.

    All Wikipedia says on the issue is that two people meeting under mistletoe ar obliged to kiss. Maybe we should edit it based on the outcome of this thread.

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    CephalicCarnageCephalicCarnage Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    what if its my very hot friend who is insanely cute. i think i would have to go for the lips, shes so cute! But what if the known custom is like, a kiss on the cheek, then she would b like "wtf!" lol. Thats what im trying to figure out, the custom!

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    SzechuanosaurusSzechuanosaurus Registered User, ClubPA regular
    edited December 2006
    Go for the lips. If she feints to the left, plant one on her cheek and act like that was what you were going to do all along.

    In other news, my cursor buttons just stopped working. WTF?

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    CephalicCarnageCephalicCarnage Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    Since this is going nowhere, ill ask a new question. im getting a ring for my friend. she is going home after christmas, and she is going to get my gift over there, and give it to me when she gets back. should i give her my gift on christmas, or wait till she gets back and we can exchange ours at the same time.

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    HazzelhoffHazzelhoff Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    mistle toe is not an excuse to attack someone with your lips. The same old rules apply. You should be concentrating on how you can use the egg-nog to your advantage, not the mistle toe.

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    GoodOmensGoodOmens Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    Go for the cheek. Using it as some excuse for putting the moves on only works in romantic comedies. If it's someone you're interested in, give her a ncie kiss on the cheek, whisper "Merry Christmas" or whatever, and see what happens.

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    EclecticGrooveEclecticGroove Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    Unless the hot girl is also a really good friend who you know would respond well to that (either in a good goofy way, or a good romantic way I'd suggest the cheek.

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    EverywhereasignEverywhereasign Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    There are no rules. You can kiss however you're both comfy. If she's a super hot friend and you think she's cute, go for the lips. If she's single and you like her add a "slow-roast" hug for good measure.

    It's just a kiss, unless she really doesn't like you or is really uptight, no one would freak out over a mistletoe kiss. It's an excuse to get lip locked.

    Speaking of which, not to de-rail, but can you buy real misteltoe, or just the plastic stuff?

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    CephalicCarnageCephalicCarnage Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    i have no idea about buying it realy lol. but anyways, i am realy good friends with her so i think she wouldnt mind. plus there will be others so its not just this one girl that im using it to try n get a good kiss on the lips, i just wanted to know how it works, and also i do want to kiss that particular girl lolz.

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    Locust76Locust76 Registered User regular
    edited December 2006
    The mistletoe was a sacred plant in the pagan religion of the Druids in Britain. It was believed to have all sorts of miraculous qualities: the power of healing diseases, making poisons harmless, giving fertility to humans and animals, protecting from witchcraft, banning evil spirits, bringing good luck and great blessings. In fact, it was considered so sacred that even enemies who happened to meet beneath a mistletoe in the forest would lay down their arms, exchange a friendly greeting, and keep a truce until the following day. From this old custom grew [p. 104] the practice of suspending mistletoe over a doorway or in a room as a token of good will and peace to all comers…

    After Britain was converted from paganism to Christianity, the bishops did not allow the mistletoe to be used in churches because it had been the main symbol of a pagan religion. Even to this day mistletoe is rarely used as a decoration for altars. There was, however, one exception. At the Cathedral of York at one period before the Reformation a large bundle of mistletoe was brought into the sanctuary each year at Christmas and solemnly placed on the altar by a priest. In this rite the plant that the Druids had called "All-heal" was used as a symbol of Christ, the Divine Healer of nations.

    The people of England then adopted the mistletoe as a decoration for their homes at Christmas. Its old, pagan religious meaning was soon forgotten, but some of the other meanings and customs have survived: the kiss under the mistletoe; the token of good will and friendship; the omen of happiness and good luck and the new religious significance.

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