One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Recount one's sexual exploits, especially to the media concerning a famous person.as modifier ‘this isn't a kiss-and-tell book’
- ‘Don't kiss and tell, even if you're really proud of yourself.’
- ‘He was forced to resign when the prostitute sold her kiss-and-tell story to the press.’
- ‘His warts and all, kiss-and-tell book should be available in shops by the end of the month.’
- ‘Generally, I'm not the kind of guy who likes to kiss and tell - but everyone wants to know the story.’
- ‘She doesn't kiss and tell and all personal details are carefully monitored.’
- ‘A small smile plays on my lips as certain memories come to the forefront, but I'm going to keep those to myself because I was never one to kiss and tell.’
- ‘No matter how much I prodded her for information, she continued to shake her head and say, ‘It's rude to kiss and tell.’’
- ‘So far, he's not one to kiss and tell much about his encounters.’
- ‘Anything goes, just bear in mind that the winning entries will be printed here, and a kiss-and-tell article won't even be considered.’
- ‘He said he wasn't the kiss-and-tell type, but he's sure beginning to sound like he might be ready to change his mind.’
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