We can’t deny that we can feel some sparks when we kiss a guy we like. While we might have an inkling on why we feel those sparks (chemistry, compatibility, passion, love, the list goes on), what’s a bit harder to determine is the amount of sparks triggered by the kiss. That must be why a British teen named Malcolm Pickard invented a contraption that aims to measure the amount of sparks felt in a kiss way back in 1965. He called his fantastic invention the "Snogometer," and it apparently created quite a bit of a fuss in the community back then. Watch a demonstration below.

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