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Had opportunity to make out with someone, backed out due to nerves. Tips? watch

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    17, male. Had opportunity to make out with a girl at a party, backed out because I was too nervous. Truth is, I have no idea what to do. What do I do with my hands? Lips? Tongue? How do I even hold my head!
    I also knew for a fact that the girl was expecting me to be experienced due to a ‘friend’ bigging me up with a pile of hot steaming ********.

    Anyway, any tips? Should I tell the girl I’ve never done it before, beforehand?

    The thing I’m most scared of in life is embarrassing myself..

    Nobody does their first time just go with the moment. Don’t leave your hands awkwardly still though. It’s okay to not know what to do but it’s honestly not something that can be taught bc it’s different for everyone. Don’t feel pressured to act experienced that will come naturally over time.
    You’re going to have some embarrassing situations at some point but you can’t be afraid of that just embrace it. Next time the opportunity comes along, don’t think about the potential embarrassment just live in the moment.

    Easier said than done though, I know
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    Watch a YouTube video on how to kiss and don't pussy out next time.

    You're welcome :top:
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