Mabeline Posted September 26, 2012 Share Posted September 26, 2012 I was watching "Meet Joe Black" the other day and I noticed something strange. The grown daughters were kissing their father on the mouth when saying hello or goodbye. I don't have a strong relationship with my dad, so I would never kiss him like that. But I thought, ok maybe that is acceptable in other families, even though I have never seen that. At the same time we kiss our boys all the time. Although I figured it would fade out as they got older, but I don't know. Then the one daughter kissed her brother in law on the mouth too.:confused: I really think this is unusual. Maybe my family is just not all that close. Although we were raised to hug and kiss relatives on the cheek. What do you think? Is this practice normal or not? It's been bugging me since I saw this movie and I am dying to get other points of view on this. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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