What a beautiful French word baiser is. Un baiser means a kiss, and the verb baiser means to kiss but also to fuck. This can give rise to rare dialogues.

– “…and we’ll spend the day à baiser.

Baiser? What a nasty word from such pretty lips! Baiser, to get baiser… That’s crude and contemptuous. Don’t you prefer to make love?

– No”, answered my beautiful Lebanese. “I don’t think so. Baiser is lovely. It makes me think of a kiss and that’s soft and passionate. And even when it’s wild, it’s still stays tender, baiser. It’s like whispering sweet nothings in my ear. I love it, baiser!

– …et on passera la journée à baiser.
– “Baiser” ? Quel mot grossier sur tes jolies lèvres ! “Baiser”, “se faire baiser”… C’est rude et méprisant. Tu ne préfères pas “faire l’amour” ?
– Non, répondit ma belle Libanaise. Je ne trouve pas. “Baiser”, c’est joli. Ça fait penser à un baiser, c’est tendre et passionné. Et même quand c’est sauvage, ça reste doux. C’est un beau mot d’amour. J’aime bien “baiser” !

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