Butterfly Kiss - With your faces less than a breath away, open and close your eyelids against your partners. If done correctly, the fluttering sensation will match the one in your heart.
When an eyelash is fluttering upon your cheek, chills of imaginative joy flash down your spine.
A butterfly flapping it's wings is very similar to a human being blinking their lashes. This is possibly why when an eyelash is moving like a butterfly and showing affection to a recipient's cheek, they call it a Butterfly Kiss.
Theory rules on Butterfly Kissing:
- The recipient's eyes are closed, and the person giving it blinks their lashes against the recipient's cheek
- The lashing tickles.
- The 5th alternative to sex:
- It is not erotic. dannye is correct in Butterfly Kisses, it's something two young people do that is cute. But it is also something grown up people do too.
Butterfly Kiss is also an Album by Lois.
Butterfly Kisses Girls, a Fragrance that sells for $20 dollars.
Also an Album, The Best of Bob Carlisle: Butterfly Kisses & Other Stories. --Words to this at Butterfly Kisses.
Butterfly Kiss is also a VHS starting Amanda Plummer and Saskia Reeves directed by Michael Winterbotton.