First Kiss

Gathering your courage and deciding that this is the right time to make your move and get the first kiss from a girl is something that must be done boldly and with as little hesitation as possible.  If you are enjoying yourself, having a good time on your date and you are able to make her laugh, then she will probably want you to make your move, as girls will almost never initiate the first kiss.  If she has made prolonged eye contact with you, then take that as being the signal for you to proceed, but you must exercise judgment before you take control.  When the moment arrives, don’t squander it, kiss her immediately, or you may never get another chance because the mood is lost.  Don’t manhandle her or grasp wildly at her head, kisses must be passionate.  Place your lips on her lips and feel the magic, as when it comes to kissing this is the time for less thinking and more doing.  After all it is just a kiss, a simple display of affection and the sexiest way to do this is by being spontaneous.  If it happens, relax, have fun and enjoy smooching.

If you think that a first kiss might be on the cards, then make sure that you have fresh breath and that you smell like soap rather than BO.  Start building up the sexual chemistry if you want her to warm up to you. Get some alone time preferably in a dimly lit, quiet, cozy and romantic setting where you will not be interrupted.  Before you make your move, sit close to her and tell her how nice she looks.  Hold her hand or touch her shoulder softly and flirt with her.  Watch her expressions to see if she is warming up to you, and to determine if she will reciprocate your kiss.  If she’s interested, her eagerness will show.  You can’t kiss someone who doesn’t want to kiss you back, so make sure that your date has demonstrated a clear interest in you.  Don’t ask her to kiss you, men do the kissing, women, girls, and ladies get kissed, and girls need to feel the sexual tension and arousal before they want to make out.  Never say, “Thank you” after a first kiss, as then she will think that you are desperate.

Girls are just as confused about boys as you are about them.  They feel insecure, and they get anxious if you don’t try to kiss them.  They may start wondering why you’re not trying to kiss them, thinking that you might see them as being too fat, too ugly, too smelly, too short, whatever.  Aside from kissing being fun, it reassures girls that you like them and if you don’t kiss them when the time comes, then they think that you are not attracted to them because they are undesirable.

Waiting never increases your chances of success in getting a kiss, as most women don’t want to waste too much time figuring out if you are the right guy for them or not.  Make sure that your first kiss is brief, you can linger a bit, but don’t overstay your welcome.  This is not be about proving what a great kisser you are, or how long you can kiss, or how long your tongue is.  No matter how nervous you are, try to make it seem like the most natural thing in the world.  Start by moving in closer at a slow predictable pace which will give her a chance to react.  If she doesn’t give you her cheek, or try to hug you instead or even worse, dodge your kiss and back away while screaming at the top of her lungs and slapping your face, then the moment has arrived, so pucker up by parting your lips slightly, and make sure that you look from her mouth to her eyes while you run your fingers through her hair.  Kissing is about being gentle and delicate.  Place your lips on hers and kiss her lips softly.  Try to avoid using your tongue too early into the kiss, as if it goes well then you have more time to try that later.  Just relax, and enjoy the way her lips feel against yours.

8 thoughts on “First Kiss

      1. Given that my first passionate kiss was more than five decades ago and I’ve had hundreds or possibly thousands since that first one, no, not very instructive. That said, I really did enjoy your post!

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