Our happy hour fact to amaze your drinking buddies with.

Most people remember about 90 percent of the details surrounding their first kiss, which is more than they remember about losing their virginity.

This according to an upcoming book by University of Texas biologist Sheril Kirshenbaum, called "The Science of Kissing."

Among Kirshenbaum's other findings are that women seem to place more value in a first kiss than man, yet also tend to get less satisfaction from this kiss than they would expected. She also suggests that men are more aggressive kissers than women because they want to flood their partner with their testosterone.

Sadly, when we think about our first kiss our memories have now been corrupted by a dreadfully horrible Ke$ha song.