I went on a date with this girl, we had pretty good time. Ended up in bar known to be a meat market for a drink. In the bar are 5 girls, my date and me. I went to get drinks and I noticed a couple of girls checking me out. My date had to use the restroom, but on her way there she stopped and gave me a passionate kiss.
Was she marking me so the other girls knew I was more then friends with this girl?
Do woman always leave something of theirs at a guys house to mark their territory?
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Hahahahahaha. I love this question. It really is a great question.
It's possible she gave you a passionate kiss cause she just wanted to. On that note, it's even possible she was marking her territory. Or marking herself as your territory, if you can believe it.
I'll be honest. Though I've never physically felt competition with other girls in a place, there are times where I feel like I've "marked" my territory with a kiss (not necessarily passionate). However, I don't think I've made the conscious decision, but I notice as I'm doing that, that it kind of works out that way. It may be a subconscious thing in that respect. So, about those times I've "marked my territory"... My boyfriend is a wicked guitar player. So I feel totally awesome to be his girlfriend when he plays a show. I notice that when I kiss him there I kind of feel a, "HELL YEAH, HE'S MY BOYFRIEND!"
However... I've definitely also done this in, say, a club. Before I head to the bathroom, or if I'm going over to or from the bar, per se. And that's often in situations where I want MEN to know to leave me alone.
Albeit, if I noticed girls checking out my boyfriend in a club (and it was OBVIOUS), I would probably mark my territory without wanting my boyfriend to notice that that's what I was doing. I would probably just give him a quick kiss or even one on the cheek.
And women don't leave things at a guy's house to mark territory. That's more of a sentimental thing. You feel more connected to him. It's a mark of togetherness more than anything I think.1