French kissing is described as kissing with the use of tongues. It’s considered by many to be the most intimate and sensual way to kiss.
We can thank the French for the term French kissing as they are known to be more passionate than most other nations. Here in Ireland it can also be called a snog or a shift.
To be the best French kisser, make sure you hydrate those lips by drinking plenty of water. Also floss and brush your teeth regularly and always have mouth wash handy. There is nothing worse than French kissing someone who has eaten garlic or smoked a cigarette.
It’s also all about your technique.
is extremely important when French-kissing. While you might want to dive straight in, it is best to start slowly and build up. Jamming your tongue down your partner's throat isn't pleasant and can be a huge turn-off, so keep it shallow and light at first. Follow your partner's lead - if they want to move things on then let them, but if they are happy to continue as you are doing don't push them. Again, this can be a turn-off. Read their body language and see what they like and dislike about the kiss. Listening can really help you to make it as passionate a kiss for your partner as you can.