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What do they call a "French Kiss" in France?

Asked by AstroChuck (37428points) August 28th, 2008 from iPhone

Seriously, they must call it something, right? A tongue kiss? A Belgian kiss?

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jrpowell's avatar

embrasser avec la langue according to Wikipedia.

edit :: I continue to call it giving the “Freedom Tongue.”

AstroChuck's avatar

So basically, it’s just called a tongue kiss. How boring. I was hoping for a sexier answer.
Ooh La La!

JackAdams's avatar

The “Standards & Practices” division of the main TV networks (CBS, NBC, ABC) aka “The Censors,” would always refer to it as an, “open-mouth kiss.” [yawns]

But to answer your Q, how about “Baiser de Français?”

August 28, 2008, 4:57 AM EDT

Jax's avatar

In short: un baiser

Description of french kissing in french:
Rouler un patin a quelqu’en

– un baiser
– un palot
– un gamelle

Sueanne_Tremendous's avatar

Which begs this question: What do they call a French Tickler? I call mine Henri…

robmandu's avatar

Short story:

My parents on honeymoon went to Paris. Went out to breakfast one morning to a café. Ordering breakfast went like this:

My mom: “Ooooh, I know! I’d love to have some french toast for breakfast.”

Maître d’ (imagine suitable Parisian accent): “But madame, all of our toast is French.”

So it’s not a french kiss. It’s just a kiss.

jlacombe's avatar

I dunno in France, but in Québec it’s called “Un french” that’s it

buster's avatar

A tuscaloosa dumplin

ratboy's avatar

They call it a Royal with Cheese Tongue.

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