If he doesn’t bite his lip when he sees you, he’s not the one
Dear Dictionary.com: do you have an entry for the term "Unfff"?
Perhaps the most endearing moment (and most sensual, let’s just be real honest) from the wedding of Prince Harry and the former R. Meghan Markle, came when Meghan arrived at the front of the church and was greeted by Harry, who told her “You look amazing,” and then bit his lip.
— Jasmyn Lawson (@JasmynBeKnowing) May 19, 2018
While most of the gathered VIP guests saved their (internal) church shouting for Presiding Bishop Michael Curry’s rousing sermon, those of us who got a close-up televised glimpse of the couple couldn’t help but cry out.
I mean, honestly, who could resist a bite from the Snack Prince?
Here’s the facts, y’all: if he don’t bite his lip when he sees you, drop him like a hot crumpet. Like, don’t even say goodbye, just pick up your things, say “cheerio” to the goldfish you bought together, and bounce.
Dear Dictionary.com: do you have an entry for the term “Unfff”? If not, hop on it and add this as an illustration, please.
There is no higher honour than the lip bite. You can save Knighthood; just have a prince bite his lip at me and I’ll put it in the first paragraph of my obituary.
TBH, it doesn’t even have to be a prince. There have been a great many delicious lip bites throughout history, each one of them causing spontaneous pregnancy across continents.
From: ELLE US