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If you didn't enjoy the kiss between you and someone you were seeing would you say so? Or would you lie when they asked about it? Would it put you off the person?
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Well you wouldn't suddenly kiss anyone (or ask any random person to have a kiss with you)...
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practice makes perfect
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The first kiss can always be a bit awkward, but as you kiss more you adapt to each other. Any grounded person with experience will know that and not judge too harshly.
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Depends how I didn't enjoy it and why.

If it was bad timing or in a really public place or we were awkwardly positioned or I had other stuff on my mind.. then I would give it another try.

If something in my brain was telling me 'this feels really wrong'.. I'd still give it another try, forgetting about that for a minute just to check.
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I personally would.

The fact that you didn't enjoy the kiss doesn't necessarily mean that it was the other person's fault or yours. Maybe it was the wrong moment, the circumstances weren't perfect etc etc. Also, just because one kiss wasn't like you imagined it to be, doesn't mean that a next kiss will be equally bad.

Of course I don't know what the status between you two is, but I believe that a relationship is mostly about honesty. Maybe you can ask yourself the question: would I want the other person to tell if he/she didn't enjoy?
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As long as she has a pulse and a pussy, I'm good to go. Kissing isn't everything.

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As long as she has a pulse and a pussy, I'm good to go. Kissing isn't everything.

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Such high standards.
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If I liked them then i'd just put up with it and hope it gets better, and I'm probably an awful kisser anyway sooo
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Enjoyment from a kiss comes from the connection of the both of you in the moment.
The physicality is like 10% I'd say. Thus, you might not be quite as attracted to the person as you let yourself believe.
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I've always been honest. When I don't enjoy a kiss I KNOW that it means I don't like that person. When my ex and I kissed, it was the most amazing feeling ever. It truly was a beautiful experience, each time we kissed; whether it was a peck or a full on makeout session

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(Original post by scriberg)
practice makes perfect
really?
(Original post by Alaric III)
The first kiss can always be a bit awkward, but as you kiss more you adapt to each other. Any grounded person with experience will know that and not judge too harshly.
hmm see me and my gfs first kiss I could tell was mediocre hasnt really improved either...maybe its a sign?

its my fault btw

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I personally would.

The fact that you didn't enjoy the kiss doesn't necessarily mean that it was the other person's fault or yours. Maybe it was the wrong moment, the circumstances weren't perfect etc etc. Also, just because one kiss wasn't like you imagined it to be, doesn't mean that a next kiss will be equally bad.

Of course I don't know what the status between you two is, but I believe that a relationship is mostly about honesty. Maybe you can ask yourself the question: would I want the other person to tell if he/she didn't enjoy?
what if you dont improve?



(Original post by DrOfPharmacy)
I've always been honest. When I don't enjoy a kiss I KNOW that it means I don't like that person. When my ex and I kissed, it was the most amazing feeling ever. It truly was a beautiful experience, each time we kissed; whether it was a peck or a full on makeout session

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hmm so far my kissing has been poor.gf has broken up with me yet

would like to improve though..not sure I can though
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If it was the first kiss I might not think to much of it, but if I still didn't like it the next time I might say so. I'm not really into kissing though.
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(Original post by shawn_o1)
Well you wouldn't suddenly kiss anyone (or ask any random person to have a kiss with you)...
I've heard of people doing this before
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really?
hmm see me and my gfs first kiss I could tell was mediocre hasnt really improved either...maybe its a sign?

its my fault btw

what if you dont improve?
Well, then you can ask yourself the question: is the fact that this person is terrible at kissing important to me? Does it define our relationship or does the other person have other qualities that are maybe more relevant? It all depends on how much you value a good kisser.
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Well, then you can ask yourself the question: is the fact that this person is terrible at kissing important to me? Does it define our relationship or does the other person have other qualities that are maybe more relevant? It all depends on how much you value a good kisser.
thats not the issue here..im the bad kisser!

so yeh although she seems content about it for now id rather improve

tad clueless how though..cant exactly practice with other people..
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I literally ran away from him but then again I didn't know his name so I can't talk. But maybe the chemistry just isn't there?
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(Original post by scriberg)
practice makes perfect
Very true
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(Original post by Alaric III)
The first kiss can always be a bit awkward, but as you kiss more you adapt to each other. Any grounded person with experience will know that and not judge too harshly.
I'm the inexperienced one so I was a little worried. It wasn't bad at all just awkward if anything
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Depends how I didn't enjoy it and why.

If it was bad timing or in a really public place or we were awkwardly positioned or I had other stuff on my mind.. then I would give it another try.

If something in my brain was telling me 'this feels really wrong'.. I'd still give it another try, forgetting about that for a minute just to check.
How you didn't enjoy it?

It wasnt bad timing as such, although it didn't happen naturally. It wasnt in a public area and all I was probably thinking was 'this better be a good one . It wasnt bad to be honest, was worried he might think so. And I did the whole let's try again thing and it improved lol.
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