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All of these will probably happen to you at some point, and most of them can be solved with practice and hygiene.
It's important to remember that kissing is about the other person.
A bad first kiss is enough to put me off the person … So, when I’m on a date, and we have stuff to talk about, I am then free to live in fearful anticipation of that first lip lock. It’s the “I’m just going to hover millimeters away from your mouth inhaling your breath” move.
I understand that everyone has different kissing styles and preferences, and there is a spectrum of what may be considered enjoyable, but I’ve consulted with other women, and they agree with me, there are certain kinds of kisses that are universally unwelcome.
In films, it may seem like a first kiss always follows a monumental announcement of love and a long period of staring into each other's eyes.
Everything seems to say “date” when we go out and yet … The past two times we hung out (I’m not even going to count the first time during which we simply parted with a smile and a wave), we’ve parted ways with a hug. We are in our twenties, Captain, and I’m not saying I want to rush things, but why hasn’t this guy tried to kiss me? I think you should let go of defining yourself (and this dude) as being the “typical” anything according to who you were in high school.
Sometimes I conclude that I’ve been shoved (never to emerge again) headfirst into the Friend Zone. I think that you should let go of the idea that it’s the man’s job to initiate the kissing stuff the way you’ve let go of the idea that it’s his job to do the paying for stuff. Then the next time you go out, ask if you can kiss him and see how that goes.