Did you ever wonder where the tradition of having something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue and a sixpence in her shoe come from?
It is a tradition that dates back to the Victorian Era and each symbolizes something different.
Something old is meant to represent the brides link to her own family, her mother, grandmother or other relatives with significance in her life. Traditionally the bride would carry something that has moment value of one of the family members.
Who would have thought there was a book written about kissing.
No there isn't just one. To name a few, "The Art of Kissing", " The Science of Kissing", "Kisses of Fire".
You burn 26 calories in a one minute kiss.
That is a skinny vanilla late at Starbucks!
Philematology is the scientific name for kissing.
Two out of three people turn their head to the right when they kiss.
When you and your honey peck you only use 2 muscles in your face; however, when you kiss passionately you use 34 muscles in your face.