Is it better to kiss her on the first date when she doesn't want to, or not kiss her on the first date when she wants a kiss?
I have tried kissing on the first date and it has backfired more often than not, and on my last date she wanted a kiss and I didn't give it to her. Have i screwed myself over or is there a chance for redemption on the 2nd date?
If you're really not sure what your date wants, ask her, or tell her what you want. Her reply is going to lead you down one path or another, and this way, if you ask her what she wants, she'll respect you more because you respected her...
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i don't know about the rest of you all, but for me, an unwanted kiss can be met with a slap to the face. The lady doth protest!
I'd have to say it's not a bad idea to try to ready body language, but that seems to have failed HellFish, so in your case, either ask her real nicely, or give her a test peck on the cheek, or a hug.
Of the first set of questions, I'd have to se that it's better not to kiss her if she wants it, then to kiss her and have her clock you. If you pass on the kiss, you can always try again later when you're ready.
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