Kissing games are a fun way to practice kissing. They also give you the opportunity to kiss someone that you have a crush on. Don't take the game too seriously, however. The games are supposed to be fun and no player has an obligation to date players he or she kisses.
Famous Kissing Games
There are many kissing games but two are the most well known.
Spin the Bottle
The rules of spin the bottle are simple. A group of players sits in a circle, alternating boy and girl. You need a minimum of four players. The game is better with large groups of eight or more. Each player takes turns spinning the bottle, which is placed in the middle of the circle. Whomever the bottle points at when it stops spinning is the person the spinner kisses. Some groups will also add the rule that if the bottle is pointed at a member of the same sex, continue spinning until it points to someone of the opposite sex.
The next person to spin is either the person whom the bottle pointed toward or the person sitting next to the spinner.
If you prefer to have your destiny determined by another person, you can play a variant of spin the bottle. In the variant, each person takes a turn spinning the bottle twice. The two people selected by the spins must then kiss.
An empty two-liter bottle makes a good bottle, but it's more satisfying to spin a bottle that has more weight to it, such as a glass bottle.
Nickelodeon offers a virtual version of the game so you can practice. You choose to play as either a boy or a girl and then you'll watch the characters pucker up to kiss you. Watch out for the dog, as you'll have to kiss the dog if the bottle points that way.
Seven Minutes in Heaven
After Spin the Bottle, the next most famous kissing game is Seven Minutes in Heaven. There are almost no rules for this game. Two participants go into a small, dark room, often a closet, and they spend seven minutes together. While there is no obligation to do anything together, it is often implied that the participants will use their seven minutes of privacy to hug and kiss.
The main variations of this game are how the players are selected. Sometimes the host will select two people, and other times it is a chance encounter like in spin the bottle. This game is great for setting up two people of different social status. It is also fun to setup two people whom you think already have a crush on each other.
Other variations to the game involve the choice of room, props and rules. You can blindfold the players so they don't know whom they are kissing, for example. You can also forbid talking in the room as well. Just make sure you the room is dark enough so the players will have more courage to kiss instead of just staring at the walls for seven minutes.
More Kissing Games
There are more kissing games than just Spin the Bottle and Seven Minutes in Heaven.
Truth or Dare
Truth or dare is more than just a kissing game, but often a kiss is used as a dare. When someone accepts the dare instead of truth, dare him or her to kiss you or another person. If you ask someone to perform this dare, expect to have the tables turned later in the game.
You don't have to be lucky or popular to get a kiss in this game. In Post Office, everyone gets a kiss. To play, designate a room as the "post office" and send either all the boys or all the girls to the post office. The other group then sends one member at a time to the post office, where he or she will receive a kiss from everyone at the post office. Once each person has visited the post office, then switch positions.
While these four games are the most well known kissing games, you can modify many other games to include a kissing component. For example, in Monopoly, instead of paying money when you land on someone's hotel, ask the owner if he or she will accept a kiss instead. A little creativity will lead to lots of fun and plenty of kisses.>