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Monday, December 8, 2014

Where to Smooch in San Francisco: The Urban Mistletoe Project

Posted By on Mon, Dec 8, 2014 at 8:54 AM

click to enlarge Kissing under the mistletoe! - URBANMISTLETOE.COM

If you've always found the idea of meeting someone-special under the mistletoe a sweet idea, but haven't been able to track down a branch of the tree parasite, then here's your chance to steal a kiss under the urban equivalent! The #urbanmistletoe project has set up "mistletoe" throughout San Francisco and provided a map of where to find it. 

The team behind the project are encouraging mistletoe smoochers to snap a photo of kissing under the mistletoe and upload the image with the hashtag #urbanmistletoe to Instagram, and then they'll feature the snapshot on their site.

When scrolling through the images, a co-worker asked, "Are they cute or like barfy cute?"

"Kind of barfy cute," we replied. "But still very cute."

So if you want to show others how cute and festive you and your sweetie can be, then venture to one of the locations, snap a shot of your smooch and let us see how adorable you and shnookums are.  

[h/t Broke-Ass Stuart]
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