do girls think that the first kiss tells it all? like it means a lot to them?
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A first kiss is important, but it's hardly the yardstick which will define your entire relationship.
Things I notice about a first kiss: Am I excited? Am I uncomfortable? Is it inappropriate? And, to a certain extent, Was it good?
Excited means I, personally, am more than strictly platonically attracted to a person. There's a difference between being able to picture yourself kissing someone and actually enjoying kissing them.
Being uncomfortable runs in the same vein. If the idea or act of kissing a guy makes me uncomfortable, that's it. I'm not talking slobber. I'm talking emotional comfort. You could be the world's best kisser, but if I just wasn't feelin' it? We're done. For good. That doesn't mean there's anything WRONG with the guy. It just means we're not sexually compatible.
Being appropriate is important. One time, a guy leaned out and shoved his tongue down my throat on while we were in the theater watching Monsters and Aliens. When the kiss raises the rating of the movie, it is not appropriate. Half the audience hadn't even hit puberty yet. Needless to say, that was a complete strike out and I did not call him back.
Feeling good - This is the one all guys worry about and it's actually the least important. If you pass the first three hurdles, a first kiss can be awkward and stilted because, hey, we can always try again! However, if the first three marks are shaky or she found you lacking in the interaction department, a bad kiss will seal the deal for nixing a second date.2
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