Beware of the kiss at Midnight when the New Year Arrives.
The Brainbuster question yesterday had to do with regretting that lip lock at the bewitching hour. How did this tradition begin?
The kiss shared at the stroke of midnight on New Year's Eve is derived from masked balls that have been common throughout history. As tradition has it, the masks symbolize evil spirits from the old year and the kiss is the purification into the New Year.
According to a survey by Match.com, 43% of singles expect to smooch at midnight. However, be careful what you wish for -- 15% say they still regret last year's kiss.
HAPPY DECADE EVERYBODY!!!!