In a second short film by none other than Thomas Edison in , audiences witnessed the very first onscreen kiss. It was awkward, as most first kisses are, but started a trend that's still prevalent today. Thankfully, Hollywood these days has made sure the scenes aren't uncomfortable to watch. Kissing scenes may very well be commonplace in the 21st century, but that doesn't mean actors feel all that comfortable doing them.
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See The grisette in poetry below. Yorick the narrator and Sterne's alter ego recounts his obsessions with Parisian grisettes, and especially with a particularly beautiful one who worked in a Paris glove shop: The beautiful grisette looked sometimes at the gloves, then sideways to the window, then at the gloves, and then at me. I was not disposed to break silence. I followed her example: