RiderFan Jul 2, 2021 9:35PM
Does this really happen?
I guess I am biased since my lips are thick enough to block such things from happening. Then again my lips have never touched the lips of another.
Norainhere Jul 2, 2021 9:46PM
The dangers of sudden surprise kisses.
TctyaDDK Jul 2, 2021 10:45PM
^^ Take it from me: My lips are pretty thick too, but adding half a centimetre of soft flesh means nothing to a whole human head moving in fast. Diving-in kisses, especially surprise ones, are only good when there is enough control of relative speed between the partners, otherwise it could drive the lips onto the teeth behind them hard enough to draw blood.
juanelric Jul 3, 2021 3:30AM
luinthoron Jul 3, 2021 5:48AM
Kurookami Jul 3, 2021 6:37AM
Ouch. Very ouch.
And oh, yes it happen, even when not aiming for a kiss. One of my friend ambushed me with a surprise hug, and we managed to both clang our teeth together, and headbutting each other when we jolted from pain.
Swag Wagon Jul 3, 2021 12:57PM
You don't even need to be moving very fast to cause tremendous amounts of pain. The human body is really sensitive and alarmingly fragile.
Lainyuri2 Jul 3, 2021 9:38PM
DivineAlexandra Jul 5, 2021 9:05AM
Yep, have done this as well, though I usually go for kisses slowly and controlled as to avoid this happening ;D
YayaSamuko Jul 6, 2021 10:19AM
Owwww the pain