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hi, i have a question that i want to get opionos on. k well ive been talking to this girl for like 2 year now over the internet and on halloween were gonna go meet. she told me she wants to kiss me and i told her i would love that, but one problem, ive never kissed b4 and i dont wanna mess it up, like i dont know if im suppose to use any tongue or what. can anyone help, i didnt want to really post this or ask her cause its embarassing. thanks for yor time.
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Well, the concept itself is pretty simple. You aim your lips for your partner's lips, move in slowly so as not to knock your partner backwards, and voila...the kiss!

Honestly bud, there really isn't much more we can say about this. The reasons we don't discuss technique around these boards are twofold, primarily because it can get us into all sorts of trouble; and because, well, everybody's different. I can tell you how I like to be kissed, but you sure as hell won't be kissing me. I can tell you how my sweetie likes to be kissed, but you'd best not be kissing her either! You see how it is? Any tips you are given by any of us will mean precious little to you and your partner when it all comes down to it. The only way to figure it out is by asking her, and you're going to have to get around to that sometime.

My advice for you, limited as it may be, would be to play it by ear. Who knows, maybe you'll be too nervous to pull it off or the timing won't feel right anyway. Don't let yourself be psyched out by something that really isn't that huge a deal to begin with. Enjoy your time with this girl, do what comes naturally, and let us know how it goes. Good luck!

BruinDan, "Number Three," PHOM

Beware the naked man who offereth you his pants.

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Well the conceipt of kissing isn't that hard. I think you should just start out with a peck kiss and if she is feeling it you should use your tongue. Don't worry just stay calm and when you kiss just let it happen and everything starts to fall into place. Don't worry everything will be ok. If you need anymore help send me an email at edited because we ask that you not post your email I hope I helped you thanks bye.Good Luck!!!

[This message has been edited by KittenGoddess (edited 10-22-2003).]

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The best thing you can do in terms of first kiss is just do whatever feels right. Don't do anything your not comfortable with and (even though this is corny) go with the'll probably suprise your self! It's not hard and there's no real right way...and in all seriousness practice makes perfect!
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