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In response to the recent court case involving the Snog app, the company said: "Security and safeguarding for our users is our main priority.
After the scandal emerged bosses of pledged the site would only be accessible to over-18s and insisted "security and safeguarding for our users is our main priority".
Scotland's Daily Record even ran the story, but hilariously called it a "snog AND dog" night.
"Waiting outside his door, leaving little notes, doing the countdown to the snog scene: 'Only three days to go now, Dan'.
She arrives in the same costume as Nicole, and when the lights go out, she grabs Geoff to snog him.
Georgia brings us up to date on the doings of her friends and family, her school ("Stalag 14"), and her boyfriend, aka "the Sex God," though all they do is "snog" (kiss).
The pair's relationship has come under the microscope after Katya was caught having a drunken snog with her then-dance partner, comedian Seann Walsh.
Asked to play the game 'snog, marry, avoid', he claimed he would snog the Home Secretary Mrs May; marry Yvette Cooper, the wife of Ed Balls; and avoid David Cameron biographer Isabel Oakeshott.
Scott Mills, below, played Snog, Marry, Make a Track With alongside Ellie Goulding for his weekly O2 Tracks results.
Ellie Taylor tells us about the new series of Snog Marry Avoid?
Finally, snog, marry, avoid - Tulisa, Caroline Flack, Nicole Scherzinger?
The research, by chain TGI Friday's, found that two-thirds of Brits think it is OK to snog at a Christmas bash.