Thursday, January 27, 2005


Three Women Traveling World To Document Kissing Styles

BRISBANE, Australia (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – A three-woman team of aspiring filmmakers will be kissing their families goodbye next week in order to explore kissing styles all over the world.

Starting Feb. 5 – which is “International Kissing Day – Erlynee Karadany, Maida Hals and Rachael Kimberley will start a 250-day, 17-country journey to analyze global attitudes toward kissing for a proposed documentary.

The eight-month smooching session will expose the women to every kind of lip lock, including the Eskimo kiss and the ever- popular French kiss.

The team is interested in finding out why kissing can cause a scandal in India but is used like a handshake in Italy.

Kimberley is especially excited to visit Norway, which has a hospital with a drive-up window so visitors can kiss loved ones goodbye without blocking traffic.

But all work and no play could make for a dull film so Kimberley admits she and her co-directors are hoping to personally sample some of the kissing styles themselves.

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