So this guy and I kissed for the first time a little while ago, and since then he hasn't brought it up again.
Personally, I thought it was a nice kiss; I wasn't as nervous as I thought I would be. One thing was that I didn't want to do the whole tongue thing on the first go, but I think he did. (it was a lip lock, but I could feel his tongue on my lips, and I didn't do anything back)
I am worried that he hasn't brought it up because he thought it was a bad kiss, therefore he doesn't want to try again...
If you were a guy, and kissed a girl and didn't enjoy it, would you talk to her about it? Would you just never bring the topic of kissing up again? or Would you try to help her improve?
He seems a bit distant to me most of the time now, so I don't know whether I should bring it up, because we are very close and have known each other for a long time, so I don't want things to get awkward between us.
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I'm an honest guy, but I would not tell a girl it was a bad kiss because I wouldn't want her to feel bad about herself and feel embarrassed. Would you like to know?
If she asked if it was a bad kiss, then I would tell her if that was the case, while reassuring her that it's okay and that we should perhaps practice some more. And practice a lot!
Now, maybe it was a good kiss, but he didn't feel 'it'. It could be he liked you, kissed you, and then realized there's no spark or something.
If you want you could ask him if it was a bad kiss or bring it more subtle, like when you're alone together try to kiss again and see what happens.0