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what dya do exactly? I've never kissed someone before and how do you snog some one? what do you do? confused!!!!
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Having been in your shoes it seems FOREVER, I think I can relate to you pretty well so hopefully this will be of some comfort.

First of all, kissing comes very naturally. If not the first time, then by the second time you'll get the gist. It's kind of like dancing or hugging - you're never really taught how to do it, it's just kind of a reflex.

Really, try not to worry about it. We're not allowed to give "techniques" here on Scarleteen (how to do something a certain way, sexually). Just remember that everyone really does have their own "style" of kissing.

Interesting tidbit: I read that the average person spends approximately 2 weeks of their life kissing. Wish it were more?

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Well, I wouldn't recommend that you go right into making out when you first kiss. That takes much more practice and timing than you think.

Actually, it isn't as complicated as people make it out to be, so you shouldn't stress about it. I stressed about my possible first kiss for a month before it actually happened. It wasn't the greatest kiss in the world, but both of us were skipping on clouds afterwards, so I guess it wasn't half-bad. The key word is communication, verbal and nonverbal. I think the hardest part about kissing was not the kissing part, but the timing of it.

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Well my first kiss just happened... They usually just happen. I don't think there like they are in those movies were they start kissing and french kissing for like 2 3 Its just really a peck(a short length lip kiss)


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Ah yes, the greatness of kissing. My first kiss was with someone who had never kissed anyone before either, and it was some loooong kissing. It happened to fast though, but it did just happen, its not like you plan it or anything. Also, i found that you have to adjust to eachothers kissing sometimes. Because of course, people kiss different ways and it was hard for me to kiss someone who was trying to shove their tongue all around my mouth, and i had never kissed like that before, but anyway, the best thing is that its special, always :-p

Its easy

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