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The New Year's Eve Kiss ...

By Sasha

Is it a little like the kiss under the mistletoe? I’m not certain.


I’ve heard it said that it’s best to go to that New Year’s Eve party with someone you’d want to kiss when the clock strikes twelve because word has it that he might just be “the one”. Does anybody know who started this tradition? In my country, it being a conservative one at that, we really don’t practice the kissing on the lips part when we welcome the new year. It’s unacceptable to kiss someone outside matrimony. But, of course, things are a bit lighter now. Some people who belong in the older generation would allow kissing between **couples **even when they’re not married yet.

Anyway, I digress.

Simply put, we don’t practice it so I really don’t have a good grasp on this one but I certainly am curious. Anyone care to enlighten me?

Though, thinking about kissing that guy on midnight — complete with confetti, fireworks, tooting horns and all — seems pretty exciting and romantic. Add the thought that you just might end up with him, granted that you like him, is like the cherry to sweeten the whole thing! LOL.

So, tell me — **do you have someone to kiss? **

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