The amount of useless information a single person can gather on a specific topic thanks to the internet is apparently infinite.
Last Saturday John came into the living room and found Sherlock sitting on the sofa, a bowl of cherries on his chest.
He stood in the door frame for a while and looked at his lover in silent amusement.
“I can see you, you know?”
“I wasn’t hiding. I just didn’t want to disturb whatever you are doing. What are you doing?”
“I'm trying to tie a knot into a cherry stem with my tongue. Apparently you are a good kisser if you can do this.”
“I can tell you that you are a good kisser even without seeing if you can tie a knot into a cherry stem.”
“I researched kissing on the internet.”
Two hours later John has learned that people exchange between 10 million and 1 billion bacteria during a kiss, that a kiss can rupture your eardrum, that there are cultures where kissing is not practised, that the kama sutra lists over 30 types of kisses and that passionate kissing burns 6.4 calories a minute.
“Please stop. If I hear another disturbing fact about kissing, I will cry.”
“But it’s interesting! Did you know that there is another species that kisses with tongue? The bonobos!”