Public Displays of Affection, also known as “PDA,” can range anywhere from a simple peck on the cheek to a not so PG rated make-out session. The line between what is acceptable and what may be downright inappropriate is a matter of opinion, so BTR Pulse’s Veronica Grossman hit up Central Park to ask people their opinions.
Featured song: “Brooklyn Slide” by Los Straitjackets
Photo credit: Scatto Felino – http://www.flickr.com/photos/scatto_felino/5260627011/
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