Muscle used in kissing
The most important muscle in kissing is the orbicularis oris, also known as the kissing muscle, which allows the lips to "pucker".
French kissing involves all 34 muscles in the face. A pucker kiss involves only two.
More Kiss Facts
On July 5-6, 2005 a couple in London locked lips for 31 hours, 30 minutes, and 30 seconds, making it the longest kiss ever recorded.
The science of kissing is called philematology.
On the average, a person spends 20,160 minutes (two weeks) of his life on kissing.