I guess technically mine was when I was 19 on one of the only times I went to a club and drank. I don't remember much about what he looked like except that he had a beard. It was the first (and last, actually) time a guy ever noticed me at a bar or whatever. Earlier he had tried to pull that "sticks out his cheek for a kiss and then turns his head at the last second so I accidentally kiss his mouth" thing, but I dodged it haha, and then I just let it happen later when we were dancing. It was fine, I guess. I don't really remember much.
First real kiss with someone I kind of liked was when I was 21. That didn't last long. First French kiss was when I was 22. He was a total psycho, as I later learned, but man could he kiss. Bit too much tongue though. And first make out session was at 23... Only like a month ago with my current boyfriend. He's a lot of fun to kiss haha
I think i was.. 11 or 12 i don't even remember maybe younger. But the meaning of the word "first kiss" to me is deeper than that i feel like you can kiss anyone but it has to be deeper than just that one peck or make out session. That kiss has to be with someone you are into more than just a friend and you feel for them deeply. When you kiss them for a whole new feeling and relief that will come from it.
Technically speaking, my parents have photos of them kissing me the day I was born. So the age of my FIRST kiss ever was when I was a day old.
Now, my first kiss coming from a physical attraction standpoint was when I was eleven years old. My friend's cousin was 13 years old, and he dared me to kiss her on the cheek. Her face was red (out of embarrassment), but I did. I kissed her on the cheek.
18, and I'd say I'm pretty good with girls now, if that makes any of the guys on here depressed because they haven't had a kiss feel better. I think some people take more time to grow into themselves is all, and I don't think it's related to maturity or looks, just sort of different for everyone.