Kissing booth

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A kissing booth depicted in a 1921 comic

A kissing booth is a carnival attraction where the person running the booth kisses customers for money, often to raise funds for charity.[1][2] Domestic animals may also be used for comedic purposes.

American musician Marnie Stern ran a kissing booth at some of her concerts in 2008.[3][4]

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  1. ^ "Kissing booth, weiners and relay raise $35k for cancer research".
  2. ^ "Topless Kissing Booth Brings in the Bucks for Charity". Fox News.
  3. ^ "OMG: Marnie Stern Kissing Booth! - News - Pitchfork".
  4. ^ "Marnie Stern Kisses and Tells - News - Pitchfork".

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