Most unfortunately there are coxcombs among us who refer to making a move as going in for the kill. But beware! The first kiss should not be considered as some kind of predatory attack, or a sudden salivatory shower! Do try and make it an intimate moment shared between two people that can be oh-cho-chweet and romantic, to hot and heavy. Tragically, too many people mistake hot and heavy for wet and messy. These people are the bad kisser among us. Do not hate theme, for they know not what they do (usually because no one has the heart or presence of mind to set them straight ). So, read onÖ
1) Do not open your mouth so much wider than your partnerís that it appears as if you are trying to swallow a frog. Kissing is not a Mick Jagger impersonation contest.
2) Only the most hopeless of souls employ the sucker punch. Sneaking up on someone (especially someone you have never kissed before) and planting one on them by surprise is just not done-itís rude, crass, uncool, to say nothing of desperation. You may, however, grad your date by the hand, push them against a wall and plant a passionate smooch so long as there is not even the slightest hint of hesitation in three-step process should give you enough time to accurately assess your dateís response and abort the kiss if need be. Yes be ready for that as well!
3) Likewise, grabbing someoneís face is romantic so long as you are not holding their head to keep them from pulling away. Putting someone in a headlock so they cannot escape your kisser is criminal.
4) If the kissee pulls away, the ladylike or gentlemanly kisser refrains from getting mad or pouty. Even if you are dying of humiliation or crying on the inside, maintain a cool, calm exterior. You can kill yourself later.
5) When you come up for air and find your mouth poised on the precipice of their earlobe, proceed with caution and restraint. Many people despise ear play altogether, on principle. So go slow, breathe softly, blow ever so gently, use your tongue sparingly-it should just delicately graze the outside of the earlobe, not dig for waxen gold like a Q-tip. If your partner pulls away, do not keep revisiting the area in a zealous effort to convert them.
6) True ladies and gentlemen are diligent about freshening their breath. Brush your teeth ( and your tongue) often carry mints with you at all times and keep a small tube of toothpaste in your nightstand drawer for morning touch-ups so that you or your partner would not have to leave the warm comforts of the bed prematurely.
7) A guy or girl never goes in for a kiss (or accept an incoming one during an outbreak of oral herpes. A true gentlemen or lady with oral herpes explains their situation pre-kiss even between outbreaks. It is true that almost a quarter of the kissers in this country suffers from oral herpes most of them unknowingly ), and yes, the chance of spreading oral herpes between outbreaks is very, very low (especially if you take suppressive medicine).
8) If you think that you can enginner a make-out session at the end of a date with a forced goodbye kiss, think again! We would do well to remember that kissing is to intimate an act. The same goes for holding hands in public on first date especially before the drinking has commenced.
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