the other day, my boyfriend came over and we were sitting on the couch. then we started kissing. he slipped his tounge into my mouth and i did the same. (we were kissing for like 10-15 seconds) is that considered just french kissing or making out?
evilenterprisesinc answered Tuesday January 4 2005, 9:26 am: is there a difference.. id say making out is longer so itd prob be a french kiss.. i made out with my ex for like 15 - 20 mins at the cinema :P
AskMeliauren12 answered Monday January 3 2005, 8:36 pm: haha aw thats adorable! i guess the only difference between french kissing and making out is that making out is for a long time.. i guess i would consider it french kissing if it was only for 10-15 seconds, but i guess its just how you look at it. Either way, it doesnt really matter!
Hope everything goes well sweetie!
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sPicYx0hoTt answered Monday January 3 2005, 7:58 pm: French kissing is just with tounge.
Making out is when you feel eachother*like if he touched your boob*
bAhAmAmA0250 answered Monday January 3 2005, 6:10 pm: You can really ask anyone and you can always get a different opinion on it. Some may think theres a difference between that stuff and some may not. I personally sometimes think there is a difference and sometimes i dont. But umm i think making out is longer then a min. obviously not straight through.. but you know. So frenching-trix [ bAhAmAmA0250's advice column | Ask bAhAmAmA0250 A Question ]
x0xTinax0x answered Monday January 3 2005, 5:54 pm: It's just french kissing, because making out is kissing for more than 2-3 minutes.
Sexybabii9095 answered Monday January 3 2005, 4:30 pm: making out is usally something that you do for alot longer or more then once, usally you think makeing out is the type of couples that sit on the couch for half an hour and suck face lol but if you just do it for a few minutes youd prolly consider it makeing out [ Sexybabii9095's advice column | Ask Sexybabii9095 A Question ]
Karen answered Monday January 3 2005, 4:26 pm: Well it can be considered french kissing but then again, it can be considered making out. Umm, in this case, I think it's considered french kissing because people usually make out longer than 10-15 seconds! Hope I helped :)
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