Yep, It’s that time of year again. Time to start practice your kissing.
The Washington Post has writes:
“New Year’s Eve is just around the corner, which means it’s almost time for sparkly outfits, champagne, and for some lucky revelers, a bright new beginning.
Yes, the evening is often overhyped, overrated and overpriced. But sometimes a midnight kiss — or “When Harry Met Sally”-style declaration of love — can lead to a new relationship.
Whether you’ve known the person for a very long time, or just met, here are three stories of couples whose spark ignited on New Year’s Eve. Maybe they will encourage you to start some fireworks of your own.”
ELite Daily writes:
“Feeling burned out by the prospect of another New Year’s Eve? I get it. We don’t always get to partake in cute New Year’s Eve kisses or super fun nights to remember. Sometimes, we don’t even make it out the door. The pressure to make this the night to remember, the steep cover charge to get in the door of any club or bar worth going to, plus the fear of not having anyone to smooch when the clock strikes 12 can make anyone weigh the cost and benefits of getting into bed at 10 p.m. on Dec. 31 instead. Whether you go out or stay in is totally up to you, but beyond the glitz and glam, there is something that is undeniably special about New Year’s Eve.”