Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev and East German President Erich Honecker share a kiss.
by Sparticus Maximus the Great
No doubt Sydney’s real cute and has all the right moves, but can Chris’ boston terrier contribute The Sunday Snog?
I thought not!
..to watch the final scene from Cinema Paradiso without breaking into a smile. Sure it’s possible, but assuredly not easy.
Any scientific guesses as to why?
Submit your photograph or artwork to the Science of Kissing Gallery and remember to include relevant links.
Thanks to Sam for sending this week’s adorable anteaters!
Wildlife photographer Nicolas Devos has generously contributed this week’s featured photo from the Kalahari, South Africa:
Arguably the best kissing movie of our time…
What are some of readers favorite on-screen snogs?
It will be a light week blogging for me because the kissing experiment requires a good deal of time and attention to run. I’m extremely grateful to David Poeppel and the terrific people working in his lab for all of their support and enthusiasm on this project.
This morning I’m headed back to the Meyer building at NYU for day two of brain scanning volunteer subjects–liquid helium and all… So for now I’ll leave you with a few more photos from my test run yesterday in the MEG.
On the right I’m suited up in scrubs wondering what I’ve gotten myself into and how in the world I went from sea cucumber reproductive biology to kissing experimentation. A couple of additional images are below the fold and remember you can follow the research live on Twitter @Sheril_.