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First date...and first kiss (hopefully) (10)


1 Name: Secret Admirer : 2009-12-11 05:37 ID:HGLiqrLU

Alright, so I got a date with this chick, who quite frankly is the girl of my dreams. But that's not the point I'm posting here.

I am a virgin, and I haven't even kissed a girl, so what are the "signs" that she wants to kiss and things like that?

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2 Name: Secret Admirer : 2009-12-11 06:04 ID:ts/C4XqL

Ahhhhh, such a sweet story! I hope your romantic endeavors are successful and that you both enjoy your date together.

I don't have much first hand advice to give as I've yet to have my own lips met, but I did read something in a romance advice collum once that I really like the thought of:

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3 Name: Secret Admirer : 2009-12-11 15:55 ID:vr5F347E

The best way to go about kissing anyone is going with the flow of the evening. Don't necessarily focus on the kiss, or the end result of a date. Date's aren't pass/fail unless you make them be. And this date will be the beginning (or end, who knows? You might have found a winner..) of trial and error. Don't be scared that you're going to screw up, because trust me, you will in some way screw up. But don't let that get in the way of having a good time.

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4 Name: Secret Admirer : 2009-12-11 20:01 ID:HGLiqrLU

Thanks a bunch for the feedback so far! I should also mention the conditions: met her online and we're going to meet at the mall, mostly to windowshop while talking, probably will stop in the food court to eat something. Also, Should I still go for a kiss if I met her online and its the first time we're meeting?

5 Name: Secret Admirer : 2009-12-12 05:59 ID:ts/C4XqL

>>4
This is just my opinion, but you should take >>3's advice and if it doesn't feel quite right, don't do it. Your first time meeting, kissing might be too much. But, if you're both buzzing and it feels like it could work, go for it. We can't give you a hard "yes, do it" or "no, don't" answer because we won't be there to gauge feelings with you, but I hope that helps.

6 Name: Secret Admirer : 2009-12-12 18:52 ID:HGLiqrLU

>>5
Alright, that's what I was kind of thinking anyways. One more question to ask you guys: we're meeting at noon but I have no idea exactly how long we plan to be there. Should I tell her "I have to go" at some point or should I wait until she says she has to go? Can't image we'd be there until it closes, the mall isn't that exciting of a place.

7 Name: Secret Admirer : 2009-12-12 23:45 ID:vr5F347E

>>6
It depends on her, really. She'll say if she is ready to go or not. It might be a good idea to squeeze something fun in-between the window shopping. So internet, huh. You know what she looks like?

8 Name: Secret Admirer : 2009-12-13 04:15 ID:HGLiqrLU

Fuck. Bitches.

I planned on meeting her tomorrow at noon, just talked to her tonight about it and she goes "I met a guy I really liked earlier today, can't go sorry". WHAT THE FUCK, FUCK MY LIFE. Sounds like a blatant lie to me. Well, I think I'll start spending some time with my ex-girlfriend DXM again tomorrow.

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9 Name: Secret Admirer : 2009-12-13 04:29 ID:HGLiqrLU

I should also mention I'm the guy from the "How To Approach A Shy Girl", "Soccer girl", and "Gamer Girl" threads...To bring those threads to a conclusion, I lost interest in the Soccer Girl and I think I fucked things up with Gamer Girl because despite being a narcissist and good looking, I was really awkward around her early on even though I got better.

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10 Name: Secret Admirer : 2009-12-13 17:33 ID:vr5F347E

>>8>>9

So, if you know what it takes to talk to women, then you can understand why this chick said that, right? Because right now, she isn't interested. That shouldn't be a big deal for you, you've kissed a ton of girls though the years and suffered heartbreak, right?

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