What's The Story Behind Your First Childhood Kiss?

Your hands are sweating as your heart ricochets around in your chest with a thump thump, thumperdity thump!

You feel more happy and alive in the first few moments following your first kiss, than you've ever felt before. Or maybe not, maybe you didn't feel any of those gushy feelings.... maybe, you were really horrified because you weren't ready to participate at that time in your life, whatever the case, we're your friends and want to know more about you. (plus, we won't tell anyone)

Whether you saw stars like this crazy cat or sneezed in his/her face, there is a story behind your first kiss! I have a story behind my first crush in archives and I'll share my story behind my first kiss tomorrow in our shared post! I love how we share the same post on Tuesdays question.

Just answer the question in comments, and I will copy your answers... then I will post your reply, along with a link to your blog, and you will join the rest of my readers in one gigantic post! For those of you who haven't participated in Tuesday's Question here's how it works....

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What's the story behind your first Childhood kiss?


Zubli Zainordin said...

What is the story behind my first kiss? I have been searching for it, and I am not able to trace it. Why? It was a flying kiss. Yet, now I am ready for my first real kiss. Then, I shall relate more...

insanity-suits-me (Dawn) said...

My first kiss.... ahhh the memories...
My first kiss was absolutely DISGUSTING! I was 11 years old and although I had a crush on this boy, apparently I wasn't ready to receive his wet, sloppy and drooly affections! I thought he was spitting in my mouth and all I could think was - "this is totally gross".
A year later that same boy kissed me again... his technique had improved and I have to admit I enjoyed it immensely! LOL

Ellen said...

ahhh Ann, what are you doing?? This is getting way too personal...
Now I will having to confess that..
I'm still waiting for my first kiss..
Really, really tried EVERYTHING: staying in bed for a couple of days pretending to be asleep, walking around with two big signs saying 'free kisses here', even went to the pond searching for some frogs.. NOTHING...
So.. I'll have to pass on this one...
Looking forward to experiences from others though.. just to experience it a little bit...

Blog Author Ann Clemmons said...

Zubli, A flying kiss? I think the flying kiss sounds more interesting!


Thank you so much for your comment Zubli! And welcome to Tuesday's question! I'm so pleased to see that you stopped by! :)

Have a wonderful day!


Blog Author Ann Clemmons said...

Dawn, You thought he was spitting in your mouth? (laughing out loud!) :)) You are hilarious! That sounds about right! I'm so glad you answered this question! You've spiced up the page!

Have a great day Dawn!


Blog Author Ann Clemmons said...

I'm so sorry Ellen, you've found Tuesday's question too personal. Please understand I'm referencing your first "childhood" kiss, which is typically comical and meant in fun. I hate to think I've offended one of my best Tuesday commenter's, and I'm so sorry I have. :(

Your response, nevertheless is funny and I appreciate you being a good sport! :) Thanks.

Have a great day!


Ellen said...

Hi Ann, no worries, I was only kidding!
You really didn't offend me, I know you wouldn't want to right!

You have a great day too!!


Blog Author Ann Clemmons said...

Oh good Ellen, I would hate to think so- :)

Thanks for letting me know, that I didn't. :)

Let's keep smiling! And again have a great day! :)


Christy said...

My first kiss was at sixteen with the pizza boy. He was the most popular guy in his high school, super good looking, but there wasn't a spark to be found, lol. I was the envy of every girl in that high school for the next two years, so it was a worthwhile kiss! Now if you asked me what my BEST kiss was you'd hear a completely different story, lol. :)

Blog Author Ann Clemmons said...


Close but no cigar, right? That's a great story! Now, what was your best kiss? lol

Thanks for your support, Christy you're a great friend! :)


Sandee (Comedy +) said...

Well Ann, I haven't a clue. I don't remember at all. I know there had to be a first kiss, but I really don't remember. So, it must have been a blah kiss. You know, not gross or great. Now if you want to talk about hot kisses, that's another story. I'll be thinking about this question for days I'm sure.

Blog Author Ann Clemmons said...

You know Sandee it took me awhile to remember mine too. You and Christy both brought up most passionate kiss, now that would be an interesting question! Thanks for your comment, I was looking for you! :) You're a great commenter, and one of my very best blogging friends! Now, I have another favorite blogger sharing tomorrow's post. Plus Tuesday's question would not be the same without you! :) O.K. that's the end of my mushiness! Have a great evening!


bobbarama said...

I'll always remember my first kiss, mostly because I missed in the dark with my eyes closed as I leaned in for the big moment and kissed her in her nostrils.

I still clearly remember thinking in the dark with my eyes closed, 'Where exactly on her face am I?'

I can't even begin to imagine what she was thinking.

Cathy, if you're reading this, just be glad I didn't know how to French kiss at that age --- twelve, was it? --- because we'd both still be having nightmares.

Blog Author Ann Clemmons said...

Bob, Lol! I wonder what Cathy would say? (Laughing)

Thanks for the comment! :)

Have a great evening!


Sandee (Comedy +) said...

I love you too Ann. I'm so behind on blogging because of the three day weekend. Yikes. :)

Blog Author Ann Clemmons said...


You can't tell you're behind, your blog is as funny as ever! I 've already been by there this morning and had my morning laugh! :)

Have a great day Sandee!


mr fong said...

Hello Ann, I am so sorry, for the 2nd week i have missed this great questions for I have been overseas..

Well,I have not got mine, maybe I would get it soon :P

What a question, you blew me off and it is a very surprising question, but very pleasant as I appreciat ethe fact that you think of the most interesting stuff!

Take care! :)

Blog Author Ann Clemmons said...

Thank you Winston! We missed you! I have a better one next week! Hope to see you stop by, you're the best! :)


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