crystal walker

azure-crystal-lotus  asked:

The ot4 and kissing~ What kind of kisser they are? They would give platonic ones in each other cheeks? How about their first kiss with his/her lover? (My, I specified a lot :´D)

Allen is a wonderful kisser. He’s very practiced and he knows how to do it well. He’ll only do gentle kisses if it’s on the cheek or the hand, and when he kisses someone on the lips, it’s always deep and passionate. He always wants to leave his lover breathless, and he loves french kissing. His favorite kiss is a kiss on the lips.

Kanda isn’t great at kissing, and usually sticks with kissing them on the cheek or forehead where he can’t mess up. He hates kissing in public and thinks it should be reserved for when they’re comfortable and alone. When he does kiss his lover on the lips, it’s soft and short, and he gets a bit flustered after, so his partner has to work to get another one out of him. His favorite kiss is a kiss on the eyelid.

Lenalee loves kissing, but hasn’t practiced much. She thinks kissing is a great way to show you care for someone, and loves to kiss her friends on the cheek to cheer them up. Kissing normally isn’t something she’s used to, but she doesn’t mind it. She’s alright with kissing people on the lips, but she always prefers to pepper kisses elsewhere. Her favorite kiss is a kiss on the thigh.

Lavi absolutely loves getting kisses, and is always happy to kiss or be kissed anywhere. Most of his kisses end up being forehead kisses, but he really loves kissing his lover anywhere, though when it comes to being kissed, he always wants to be kissed somewhere sensitive, so he doesn’t like the usual kisses. His favorite kiss is a kiss on the neck.

I’m really afraid that the teen wolf writers kill Stiles or Lydia at the end or pull out a Chuck series finale card where we don’t really get a closer, if Sarah Walker ends up remembering Chuck Bartowski or not after all or something like that! I’m really really afraid because someone that is capable of killing Alisson Argent is capable of everything!
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