- Absolutely Yes
- Absolutely No
- I'd try to teach them
Most Helpful Guy
No. Not at all.
There is no unified concept of defining a "bad kiss". Everyone come with variable preferences. What it takes is communication. We must also attention that people do not born knowing how to kiss everyone exactly according their wishes out of nowhere. We don't born professional kissers either. Two people must get to know each other first, communicate and get familiar with each other's favorites and preferences. It's so idiotic to put someone away just because they gave a bad kiss in terms of your taste and favor. It's illogical. If there is anything so called love between two people. They will simply practice it together in order to reach a zone where they can kiss each other in a way both can enjoy it. Besides, if there is really love, kisses just feels amazing because it's the touch of your beloved one. You don't have to necessarily get graduated by best kiss academy in order to have great kisses. All you need is love and passion.
Most Helpful Girl
I don't know what would constitute as 'bad' unless they had awful breath or slobbered on me or bit me.
Unless it was one of those things, I don't think I'd break up with someone over it. Before you even get to that stage you should just bring up the fact it's not making you happy so you can see if the other person can learn to improve.0