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"I guess this part had to do with sucking face in the cars," he said.
"Sucking face," Lester mused in his new soft and silky voice.
What the younger people ineloquently call "sucking face."
Mr. Fitzgerald added: "The first day you have to suck face.
Or teenagers that suck faces with such slurpiness that their faces fall off?
Tonsil hockey goalies have, in a spasm of good taste, rejected the phrase, popular in the 80's, "to suck face."
"Sheila Sucks Face"
Jack glanced at the couple sucking face beside him, while a third guy was feeling his way through the gaping hole in the backside of the woman's jeans.
"Don't Talk Just Kiss" (Suck Face Extended Mix) - 6:15
In which the man who was once Gandhi plays a psychiatrist who inhales from bongs, get busted for graffing Manhattan's walls, and sucks face with Mary-Kate Olsen.
response to a modern application of the verb; in a piece on high-school slang, I reported the frequent use of to suck face , meaning "to kiss wetly and noisily."
In the 80's, the odious sucking face held sway, and that self-mockery is perpetuated with today's swapping spit, but a note of sportsmanship has been added with boxing tonsils and tonsil hockey.
ATLANTA - February 10, 2011 - Smooching, snogging, sucking face, swapping spit, tonsil hockey ... no matter what the alias, kissing is universally recognized as a sign of affection.
In a column about teenage slang a few years back, I reported that the term being used to describe what we used to call soul-kissing, or French kissing - a pleasurable form of osculation, if somewhat sloppy - is now sucking face.
In the midst of the development of these related but not identical meanings came my own entry in 1985 in a survey of college lingo: "Happily, a recent term for necking - sucking face - is on the decline, replaced by the more romantic doing face time."
I could tell the moment I caught a glimpse of your little face, shining like a lighthouse beacon over the wall of your cubicle (you really must get him to shave more offer if the two of you are going to be sucking face on a regular basis.
(That locution, also called a soul kiss, involves the insertion of the tongue into the osculatory partner's mouth; both these terms are now considered old-fashioned by teenagers, who - after a brief flirtation with the odious sucking face - turned for a time to the puckish tonsil hockey, which has a sporting rather than an international connotation.)