Have you ever had a make out so steamy, you woke up the next morning with bruised lips? Oh, no? Just me? Interesting.
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While I can say this was a one time experience for me, I can also say the intensity of the type of kissing that got me here had me asking a lot of questions about the man responsible for the bruises. Upon meeting, he seemed mild mannered, reserved and artistic. The kind of guy who may write you a love song, make sweet love to you and wake up and make you a french pressed coffee. I gotta tell you, I never saw these bruises coming.
How they happened:
The make out started slowly (as all good make outs do), and things naturally heated up a bit. Hands moving around, breathing a little heavier, you know the drill. What ended up happening soon after the heavy breathing ensued, was a “lip suck” if you will. I will not lie, a little pop of suction felt nice at first. I personally had never experienced that before. A little nibble, yes, but I was a suction virgin. As the make out went on the suction got stronger. If we were scaling suction I would say dust buster to full on industrial Dyson by the end. My once french pressed coffee barista immediately became Henry Hoover.
Needless to say (because many of you have messaged me with the same thought), I began to question what this type of kissing said about him. Was he a hipster on the streets and a freak in the sheets? Or was I reading into things? Since I never went out with him again, I may never know the true answer, but I do feel like we can all learn a thing or two from my experience.
I did some research and found some interesting things about what a certain kissing technique can say about your personality. While no one article directly addressed the Hoover syndrome, I think its fair to call him “up for adventure.”
Also, in case you ever end up with bruised lips, here’s what I used to get rid of the bruises:
Comment below with your funny make out mishaps, I can’t be the only one.