Here is a fun, fun site to start you rolling. A good kiss is a true delight and Kate over at The Nicest Kiss has put up an incredible selection of movie clips of incredible kisses. Kate is asking also advice for shy kissers. You go Girl!
- Q: What do you think about Tantra?
- Answer 1: I’ve never tried it
- Answer 2: The classes should be talking
Talking? Tantra? Tantra is definitely a contact sport. There is some pretty good humor (the kind that is intentional), they mention that the number of calories burned:
- PUTTING ON A CONDOM:
- With an erection…………………………….6 Calories
- Without an erection……………………3,315 Calories
In a word? This site is fun!
If you can stand all the Google Ad links (Way too many!!) the Loving Whisper has a crazy patchwork quilt of resources. Love Letters, Stories, Dedications, Quotes, Cards and Poems.
They even have a bunch of SMS cell-phone text messages: here’s one: If i were a tear in ur eye i wood roll down onto ur lips.But if u were a tear in my eye i wood never cry as i wood be afraid 2 lose u!. A fun site: just beware of the off site links: not quite as bad as a porno site, but still way too many!
And a hiss for savvy romance
Another site, actually a very well polished one, with some pretty solid advice, isn’t playing the internet game, though. It seems that savvy romance gets articles from various e-zine sites, and removes the hyperlinks.
You see, the authors put those articles on the e-zine type of site specifically for the links pointing back to the author’s real site. Here at Romance Capitol, we like e-zine’s and we have used that content several times (like Christine Akiteng, Barbara Calvi or Lee Baucom)
This kind of ‘you point to me, I point to you gives more visibility to the author and so raises that author’s worth in the internet world. When a site like ‘savvy romance’ uses the information simply to get the text to make ‘savvy romance’ more visible to the search engines. The best you can say is that SavvyRomance doesn’t quite plagiarize. The old internet crashed in 2000 (possibly out of fear of the coming next 8 years) and it took the imagination of the bloggers to come up with a scheme to raise us out of the ashes. Internet 1.0 sites like ‘savvy romance’ think there is some advantage in not playing by the new rules.
But maybe I’m wrong: What do you think?