Kiss Day is observed next on Tuesday, February 13th, 2024 (69 days from today).
Kiss Day is celebrated on February 13 every year. Kiss Day is the Saturday of Valentine's Week. A kiss is a gift that you cannot give without receiving the gift in return. A single kiss of the day Kissing is always special and couples will remember this kiss for a long time. A kiss can speak a thousand words, and it can heal any wound that infects a relationship. When words aren't enough to express your feelings, let a gentle kiss do the rest of the talking for you. It says a lot about your love, which governs your heart. Kissing your loved ones is the most affectionate and loving way to show your love. Kissing is a way to express feelings of love, passion, affection, respect, greetings, friendship, happiness and much more.
History of Kiss Day
The origin and creator of Kiss Day is still unknown. It's Valentine's Day Saturday, 2020. It is said to have started in the UK, but it has become famous around the world. The cultural meaning of a kiss can vary widely around the world. Scientists and anthropologists have come up with two different theories as to why humans kiss. The first hypothesis is that kissing is a behavior that evolved from kissing through the mouth, in which mothers let their babies chew food through their mouths. The next theory suggests that kissing is an instinct that humans have had throughout human history. On February 13, 2011, a Thai couple named Ekkachai and Laksana Tiranarat held the record for the longest kiss. They locked lips and began their journey to break the record for the longest kiss. After 46 hours and 24 minutes, they confirmed a new record for the longest kiss in the world.
How to Celebrate Kiss Day
Celebrating Kiss Day is quite easy and very simple to remember. Just wake up in the morning and kiss your partner gently to show love in an intimate way. When you kiss your partner for the first time. It's a completely different feeling. This is a day during Valentine's week where you can express your feelings in a way that is gentle, comforting, and full of love. Then greet your friends with a kiss on their cheek to show how much you love them. Make sure you avoid eating onions and garlic that day, unless you want your loved one to avoid being kissed by you. Post photos and share Kiss Day celebrations on social media using hashtags #HappyKissDay or #KissDay.
ObservedKiss Day has been observed annually on February 13th.
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