The ‘Eskimo Kiss’ is one of those weird things that has penetrated through almost all walks of life, well at least in North America. Little kids love rubbing their noses together, and parents do it to their children as a sign of affection.
Turns out that we’ve all been doing it wrong.
An Inuit woman and her mother demonstrate the proper way to ‘Eskimo Kiss’ and describe the meaning behind it. The act is actually called ‘Kunik’ and it’s a way to show affection in Inuit communities.
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