When I was 16, two of my managers at Quiznos coached me on how to kiss a girl.
1. kiss preparation & how to practice kissing
This should send up a of red flags. First off, I stopped wanting to kiss girls for good a few years after.
Secondly, that workplace power dynamic should really be more thoroughly examined. But nonetheless, I learned how to kiss at a Quiznos.
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Kissing can be fun and adventurous, whether or not it reminds you of a chicken carbonara sub. The baseline? No, the first kiss you experience will not be your best material. Kissing takes practice, and the more you finesse it, the better. In the meantime, here are some guidelines.
Way to go! Simply find yourself just close enough to lean a knee over and touch theirs. Stupid phantom knee.
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The best way to dodge the anxiety is to be as logical as possible. Asking is also a good option, but remember that there is a difference in asking for a kiss and asking a grocery store clerk if avocados are still on sale. Tone is important. And a bit of lingering can be as much of a turn on to your partner as the kiss itself.
A lot of people feel the need, especially in those early years, to go all in with tongue. That is decidedly a mistake. You are not the Undertaker.
If it comes to a time when it feels natural to use tongue, you will know, and a passionate but tongueless kiss is a great way to start that physical conversation. I respect that.
Everyone thinks: What do I do with my hands? The answer is to let your brain, and not any other part of your body, decide that. If this really is a first kiss, imagine that the only part of the body available for your hands to reach is the shoulders and up. A gentle hand on the shoulder, face, or neck is all you need for a first kiss.
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No honking. No grabbing. Just be a sturdy foundation for that kiss. A kiss is an invitation, not a lease.
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