Kiss Goodnight

Saturday, June 21, 2008

The "good night kiss" is one of the most romantic and exciting experiences when a couple are dating. If you've felt chemistry and you've had a great time, you're probably thinking about the good night kiss - Should you kiss her? Is she ready for it? When's the right time? Should you wait?

Walk your date to her front door or as close as she'll let you get, before deciding what to do next.
Assess the situation and her behaviour; you'll need to do this quickly as you don't want to wait around forever. If she's only taken you to her front gate or doesn't even let you get that far, take it as a bad sign and maybe a good night kiss isn't such a great idea. If she has her key out of her purse, in the front door lock and you're saying goodnight to her back, this too is a bad sign. And then there's the dreaded cheek turn, where as you're going in for the kiss, she turns her head. If she's really disgusted by you, she'll turn her head so far you won't even get the cheek - you'll get the ear. Other red lights can be lips clamped or a stubborn refusal to make eye contact. Only make a move if you feel all is right.

Remember that in every goodnight kiss scenario, you've got a limited "Window of Opportunity" to make your move. Create an "awkward pause" in the conversation. Studies show that people are uncomfortable with gaps of silence in conversation, so fill it with a smile and get ready to move in for a kiss.

Keep it simple, especially if this is your first kiss with your date - that means no tongue, no special moves; just turn your head slightly to the side, lean in slowly and rock her world! You can place a hand on the small of her neck if you wish. And there it is, a successful goodnight kiss.
Repeat if desired, or if you feel your date getting into it. This may lead to being invited inside, but don't count on it.
She will also really like it if you keep it locked on her cheek for about 3 seconds not 3 minutes

If you want to be extra cute you could even kiss her hand or forehead, but be wary of the forehead kiss as some girls find it patronising or granddad like.
When you're walking away, give a little glance back - chances are she'll be watching you go.
Add comments such as "Tonight was amazing" or "I hope we can do this again sometime (And show her that you MEAN it" to make her feel special.
If you feel her trying to move away or say 'No', let her, then ask her if she's ok. If she tells you "nothing" or has to think about it just say goodnight (This usually means that she doesn't feel comfortable enough to tell you about it). It may be too early for her. Never force a girl into any situation she doesn't want to be in.

Do not kiss her on the lips if you know her family is watching. She'll go in and they will yell.
Don't shove your tongue down her throat. This is meant to be sweet. Keep it simple!
Don't just go around kissing anyone, anytime! You may be charged with sexual assault if you make an advance on an unwilling girl.
Do NOT kiss her goodnight (or first kiss her) in front of your friends or hers. Especially not yours. They will make fun of you(though granted that's only because they are all jealous).


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