I've never been kissed before, and I can't really imagine what it would feel like. When kissing a person you love, is it really like they describe in romantic books/movies and fairy tales? Is there really sparks and butterflies? What kind of emotions stir up inside of you? Can kissing the person you love really make you feel like you are walking on clouds? Is it really such a powerful thing? What if you kiss someone you aren't in love with? Is it really different from kissing someone that you do love? Sorry for all of the questions, but I'm really curious... I'm a bit embarrassed asking this sort of question, and I realize that I must sound pretty foolish...
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From my experience, kisses are different all the time, even with the same person. It depends on the people, the surroundings, and often on your frame of mind at the time.
For the most part, it's always soft and sweet; the only kiss I didn't enjoy much was with way too much tongue haha.
I guess I don't get butterflies very often, I get them more easily when something sweet is said before the kiss. And if I'm already turned on or excited before a kiss, it tends to feel very passionate, like "sparks".
Basically the feelings I get from a kiss stem from what I'm already feeling. When I kiss someone I love, I enjoy the kiss a lot more because I'm really into the guy. On the other hand, if I don't love him, the kiss just happens and I don't really feel anything from it.
It feels very natural anyway; I used to be scared and self-conscious, but I found that there's no reason to be. As long as you're having fun and it feels good, you'll probably enjoy it. And it's neat to experience all those feelings along the way.3