Kissing booth

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A dog kissing booth, for charitable purposes.

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.


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

Risk of disease[edit]

When one person kisses many people, it can spread germs, including mononucleosis, oral herpes virus, the cold, and the flu. An allergic reaction can occur if one of the two kissers has recently eaten a food that the other person is allergic to.[citation needed]


The Kissing Booth was a documentary which included celebrities discussing lovemaking.[5]

See also[edit]


  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". 
  5. ^ WGBH[dead link]

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