ON BITING, AND THE MEANS TO BE EMPLOYED WITH REGARD TO WOMEN OF DIFFERENT COUNTRIES
ALL the places that can be kissed are also the places that can be bitten, except the upper lip, the interior of the mouth, and the eyes.
The qualities of good teeth are as follows: They should be equal, possessed of a pleasing brightness, capable of being coloured, of proper proportions, unbroken, and with sharp ends.
The defects of teeth on the other hand are that they are blunt, protruding from the gums, rough, soft, large, and loosely set.
The following are the different kinds of biting:
The swollen bite
The line of points
The coral and the jewel
The line of jewels
The broken cloud
The biting of the boar
The biting, which is shown only by the excessive redness of the skin that is bitten, is called the `hidden bite'.
When the skin is pressed down on both sides, it is called the `swollen bite'.
When a small portion of the skin is bitten with two teeth only, it is called the `point'.
When such small portions of the skin are bitten with all the teeth, it is called the `line of points'.
The biting, which is done by bringing together the teeth and the lips, is called the `coral and the jewel'. The lip is the coral, and the teeth the jewel.
When biting is done with all the teeth, it is called the `line of jewels'.
The biting, which consists of unequal risings in a circle, and which comes from the space between the teeth, is called the `broken cloud'. This is impressed on the breasts.
The biting, which consists of many broad rows of marks near to one another, and with red intervals, is called the `biting of a boar'. This is impressed on the breasts and the shoulders; and these two last modes of biting are peculiar to persons of intense passion.
The lower lip is the place on which the `hidden bite', the swollen bite', and the `point' are made; again the `swollen bite' and the `coral and the jewel' bite are done on the cheek. Kissing, pressing with the nails, and biting are the ornaments of the left cheek, and when the word cheek is used it is to be understood as the left cheek.
Both the `line of points' and the `line of jewels' are to be impressed on the throat, the arm pit, and the joints of the thighs; but the `line of points' alone is to be impressed on the forehead and the thighs.
The marking with the nails, and the biting of the following things - an ornament of the forehead, an ear ornament, a bunch of flowers, a betel leaf, or a tamala leaf, which are worn by, or belong to the woman that is beloved - are signs of the desire of enjoyment.
Here end the different kinds of biting.
In the affairs of love a man should do such things as are agreeable to the women of different countries.
The women of the central countries (i.e. between the Ganges and the Jumna) are noble in their character, not accustomed to disgraceful practices, and dislike pressing the nails and biting.
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