The French have long been attributed worldwide for the most intimate type of kiss, but apparently the people who invented the most sensual of smooches never had a real word for it in their native tongue. Sure, they’ve found ways to describe the popular pecking style, such as “kissing at length in the mouth,” but that’s a mouthful—pun intended. At long last, the Petit Robert 2014 French dictionary, out this week, will include the verb galocher, meaning “to kiss with tongues.” French youth may scoff at the new dictionary entry, as galocher has actually been used as a slang term for a while, taken from la galoche, or ice-skate, because French-kissing is kind of like sliding around on ice ... but with tongues?
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