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11 Times It’s Totally OK to Show a Little PDA

Reader's Digest.CA Logo By Charlotte Hilton Andersen of Reader's Digest.CA | Slide 1 of 11: It's the classic lover's dilemma: One of you is flying to Madagascar for a year-long, harrowing job as an undercover spy... while the other one is stopped by the security gate. How will you ever remember each other? OK, so maybe your partner is just leaving for a business conference in Boca for three days. Whatever. As <a href="https://play.google.com/music/preview/T5l4rkdh2yfnc6tt4kh3q73fqna?lyrics=1&amp;utm_source=google&amp;utm_medium=search&amp;utm_campaign=lyrics&amp;pcampaignid=kp-lyrics">John Denver taught us</a>, whenever someone is leaving on a jet plane (and you don't know when they'll be back again), it's totally appropriate to hold them like you'll never let them go—and then give them a big ol' smooch as they run to catch their flight. (No tongue though, no one wants to see that at the airport.) Here's how <a href="http://www.rd.com/advice/relationships/6-ways-kissing-makes-you-stronger/1">kissing actually makes you stronger</a>.

At the airport security line

It's the classic lover's dilemma: One of you is flying to Madagascar for a year-long, harrowing job as an undercover spy... while the other one is stopped by the security gate. How will you ever remember each other? OK, so maybe your partner is just leaving for a business conference in Boca for three days. Whatever. As John Denver taught us, whenever someone is leaving on a jet plane (and you don't know when they'll be back again), it's totally appropriate to hold them like you'll never let them go—and then give them a big ol' smooch as they run to catch their flight. (No tongue though, no one wants to see that at the airport.) Here's how kissing actually makes you stronger.
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