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Which is the worst kiss?

for me .. full house kiss ranks as the most flop kiss.. we've discussed about the hit kisses..so lemme know the NG's now? which kiss would it be?
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haha..no worries!
LOL yes sorry, I tend to forgot that I have accounts on sites like Vingle and FB :(
@misha then that mean's i'm definitely not watching it ever .. you took forever to reply! :)
@neaa yes, Only You is a drama. Is... nice and a controversial story about a single mother (in Korea?! omfg!?) but is a little boring and the only kiss was lame.
iqra it's my fave ..used to be shown years back on an indian channel called firangi..if you were still in india at that time.. dubbed in hindi
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