Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc. Also, I don't want to jump the gun and freak her out. If you are on a first date and I think everything went well. The way I look at it is if you end up kissing, you are usually pretty good for a second date. I have, however, adopted a rule that when a guy comes to get me or we meet somewhere, the first kiss comes after "Hello! the reasoning is that you don't have to be concerned with the "will he kiss me or not" stuff running through your head the whole date.... Personally, if I'm not sure, I don't ask permission, I just look em straight in the eye and tell them that I want to kiss them. If he can't figure it out on his own, the answer is always NO! (My personal opinion)Oh D*MN it, just kiss me and get this over with.
Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing... In most cases, I warn the guy when we make the date that it's gonna happen.... Doesn't come across whussy, and their reaction at that point usually tells me all I need to know. This is one of those real awkward moments when it's the first date with someone. I think the smile on my face and the twinkle in my eyes should tell a guy whether he can kiss me or not.
As you dip your tongue into her mouth, how does she react? Do you want to lead or be led in this dance of chemistry and attraction?
Does she use her body, mouth and tongue to ask for more, or does she draw back? Just commit yourself to starting slowly and gently when kissing her. She’s telling you so much with her response to your kissing.
Later in life, when marriage actually was a possibility, each dating relationship carried the question of when we should first kiss.
I wish I could say I was wise about it, but the ignorance of junior high continued, and therefore I was driven more by emotions and desires.
Some coed friends and I were playing spin the bottle and it eventually landed on my “crush.” After we kissed, I couldn’t sleep that night. I had definitely “awakened love before its time.” Which wasn’t smart, because there was no way it could end well.
Go with the flow and be the sensitive lover she’s seeking.
Kissing is one version of intimacy and ecstasy, and it’s so worth enjoying.
They were hitting it off really good but hadn't got to the point of kissing. LOLWell I've found that a lot of men find me intimidating(because they've told me) so that's why they ALWAYS ask me if they can kiss me.
I had my camera and told them to kiss each other for the pic. I think it takes away from the kiss somehow, it's like talking about the sexual positions you're going to do before you engage in them. If there is attraction it starts in the eyes and moves through the body.