If Person A has kissed Person B, and Person B has kissed Person C, then Person A has kissed Person C through the transitive property of kissing.
If Chloe has kissed Jack, and Jack has kissed Elaine, then Chloe has kissed Elaine through the transitive property of kissing.

When I was talking with my boyfriend's ex, all I could think of was how we had kissed through the transitive property of kissing.
by Ketsl May 21, 2006

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