I mean, how did that kiss come to be known as a "French" kiss?
Where did French kiss get its name from?
Ethan is right. The term belongs in the same family as french letter and dutch treat. A bit of Jingoistic fun on the parts of the Brits. Not to be outdone, the Continentals have come up with anti-Brit designations such as "capote Anglais," (a condom as is French letter)"The English vice," (Homosexuality) and other pleasantries. It's all in good fun.
Reply:Ooh la la! – The “French” Kiss
Most people incorrectly assume the term “French kiss” originated in France. Actually, the term entered the English language in 1923 as a slur on the French culture (which was then deemed infatuated with sexual matters). In the French language, there is no such thing as a “French kiss” – the French prefer to call it a “tongue kiss” or “soul kissing.”
Reply:ethan is right plus french kiss is romantic sexual thing and as they they france is the romantic city in the world so when you put french which is a france word and kiss together.
well therre you have it