Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by blckknight60, Aug 23, 2015.
depends on the age - anything past 4 or 5 is a little weird in my book.
Only if you're using your tongue, while checking their temperature, anally.
"Depends what lips you talking bout"
I noticed in a lot of old movies the adult sons would always greet their moms with a kiss on the lips. I guess this was common back in the 20s, 30s and 40s.
When they are little yes, wouldn't do it now.
Although my mom would do it to me as an adult and I would say-just kiss me on the cheek! Lol
I know a dude that kisses his 14 year old son on the mouth.
I'm thinking, dude...that's not cute!
That's borderline gay & incest.
I once witnessed a friend of mine, he was 18 at the time, kiss his dad on the lips before leaving on a road trip. Fucking gross.
My grandmother always kissed us grandkids on the lips and it just seemed part of the grandmother deal and we never said a word.
The parents thankfully did the cheek kiss or my dad would kiss the top of my head.
It's really sad to me that "experts" have to pervert the most innocent and simple gestures
Kissing? That's nothing.
. For Christs sake, changing a diaper will be off limits pretty soon
That's fine with me. Changing poopy diapers is not fun.
These two are all for it
I would hope most parents realize this. WTF, kiss your spouse on the lips, not yer damn kids!
I think it was a generational thing plus with my mom, she wasn't very affectionate so I don't think she even knew how to do it
Way out of line past the age of 4/5