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I think you just have to feel it out... you know, decide when and if it feels right. I went on a date recently where it was clear the guy and I were compatible, had chemistry, and worked together- he kissed me in the pool. Not super romantic, but it was still the right moment. And that was in the first part of the date (there was a lot planned for that day, lol).
However, I have been kissed on first dates where it's totally turned me off to someone. I agreed to go out with this one guy, and he took me to dinner, and then I was just really tired so I wanted to skip the planned movie. Things had been weird for about an hour or so, ever since I started feeling really tired, and I think he thought I was just trying to blow him off. So, when he walked me to my door, he tried to kiss me and I turned my head. Wrong moment, wrong signals, wrong time- I never saw him again.
I also went out with one guy, with whom I had the right signals, right timing, and we seemed compatible, but the kiss was terrible. So terrible, in fact, it stopped us from ever going out again.
Moral of the story- if the timing, person, and signals are right, just do it! If its terrible, well, then its terrible and you probably wouldn't have wanted to continue dating the person anyway. So yea. That's what I got for you.1THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE