When you meet someone you really like, the first kiss is always a bit nerve-wracking. It seems to take over your whole body. You’ll probably have butterflies in your stomach, but they are good butterflies. This kiss is more romantic because you both know what to expect, but it is the kiss that defines the relationship and takes it to the next level.
Who should kiss whom the first time? This is a question asked by a lot of people all over the world. I say it does not matter. A lot of people think it is the guy’s obligation to be first to do everything, such as saying hello, asking the girl out, and making the first move. Is it fair to put all the pressure onto him? Absolutely not. If you feel as though you want to kiss your boyfriend or girlfriend, you should trust your instinct and make the move. There really is no need to stick to a hard and fast rule that says someone else has to make the first move. Good for you for having the guts to dive in for the catch. Now at least you are going to know that you are going to kiss someone and can prepare. The other person may feel the same way as well but may feel too shy to do anything about it.
Kissing a New Partner for the First Time Photo Gallery
Decide where you want this first kiss to happen. It should be a semi-romantic situation setting but not cheesy, as this will cause the situation to become more ridiculous than romantic! Consider a place like the park or beach, where you won’t get interrupted by family or friends. A kiss is something shared by two people, so you may not want to kiss this person at a party in full view of friends and strangers. Cherish the first kiss; do not put it on display for others entertainment.
You shouldn’t kiss when you are in a rush. If you kiss and then have to leave, the other person may feel shocked. This can make it awkward when you meet up the next time. Both of you may want to talk about it a bit, especially if the kiss has changed things with the relationship between you. No doubt you will want to kiss for a while, especially seeing as it is your first kiss.
There are two different first kisses: your first kiss ever and your first kiss with a new person. Either way, they are both so exciting that they will be something that will stick in your mind for years to come. In time, your recollection of some things will fade, yet your memory of your first kiss will remain. You may remember trivial things like the smell of their skin or a song that was on the radio at the time. But you will especially remember the feeling you had as your lips touched theirs and you shared that intimate moment.
First Kiss Ever
When it comes to your first kiss ever, the most important thing to remember is that you are doing it – not how great it is! You’ve seen first kisses in the movies and heard people talking about their first, and perhaps you have wondered what all the fuss is about. It is important to make the point now that your first kiss may not be quite as smooth or as refined as it is in the movies. But trust me, after your first time it gets better and better. With time and practice you will come to understand why kisses are the subject of sonnets and poetry.
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