Hey guys so I just had my first kiss like 15 minutes ago. And basic line it wasn't that great. I mean I didn't expect it to be perfect... well that's a lie im a girl I dream about it. Anyways this guy I like and I were in my car cuddling un the back. He had the lines perfect and executed the pre kiss awesomely. The actual kiss was sloppy and like I kinda froze and then was like how do I do this? Then I just kinda started moving my lips and sucking and weird moving. Like were weren't in sync at all. And I laughed because it was awkward and bad during the kiss so he smiled and laughed and stopped then went inside to go to bed. Were pretty comfortable with each other and are basically dating just haven't called it that. So I was gonna comment right after that "that was bad" but laugh so it was more sincere. But he also can take things bad sometimes so I felt I shouldn't. I feel bad though because I'm inexperienced and he is plenty experienced, so he's probably in bed just thinking, "wow she sucks at kissing and that was horrible", so I'm just freaking out about it. Honestly the kiss may have been less bad then im saying because im all hyped up now and pumped because it was my first kiss so i didn't know what to expect/know what it would feel like. Plus I had just ate Chinese food and didn't feel good. Yumm... But what should I do? Should I tell him that was my first kiss so sorry if it sucked, should I just continue for our next kisses and then learn as we go?(which I feel bad because he has to suffer through teaching me). Should I tell him to practice with me? What do I do?
Most Helpful Guy
Kissing isn't a science, it's more of an art form in that everyone has a different style and preference. What might be good to one person will be terrible to someone else. But there usually is a general accepted idea when it comes to kissing: It doesn't matter how the kiss was if it was with the person you really like. You like this guy and he clearly likes you, so focusing on kissing him as a victory, don't muddle the lines of good and great. Everyone's first kiss is a little strange. I remember mine, I was 17 and the reason I waited so long is I had braces on since I was 15. I didn't want my first kiss to be in braces. I actually met a really pretty girl at a dance when I was visiting family across the country. I asked her if we could kiss and she agreed so we did. I still remember how it was and I honestly can tell you I've come a long way. Kissing is merely another way to express your affection for someone and a great way to connect to people. Not all kisses have to be meant for that super passion. My grandmother is Russian and always kissed us on the mouth. While all my cousins and Aunts kissed me on my cheeks. Kissing is connecting and when it comes to people you love, it's not how you kiss, it's the fact that you did and you know they care about you. The same is true with this guy and don't worry, you've got a long way to improve, because kissing, like all skills, are not meant to be mastered on the first try or it would be very boring indeed. I'm 29 now and I still feel that strange sensation when kissing a girl, because between me and her, it is Our first time. As for what you need to do, just act normal. If the opportunity comes again, you guys should kiss again and if he asks, tell him the truth, that you liked kissing him.1
Most Helpful Girl
You're thinking about this way too much. It's just a kiss. Do whatever you feel like doing.1