Lots of things can go wrong when you kiss someone for the first time. While a good kiss is hands down amazing, it seems like, in real life, everything from the lead-up to the follow-through is boobytrapped with opportunities for embarrassment.
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Knocking Teethanyone? On a first date you're trying to show someone the best version of yourself, so going in for a kiss at the wrong time could be perilous.
A missed opportunity, however, could hugely put the pressure on. Kissing on the first date is a great way to gauge chemistry, and it is super fun.
We all know that not every kiss is going to escalate into a RomCom-style epic, earth-shaking, mind-blowing make-out. But there are some helpful things to know to help the first little peck succeed and get a second date.
In this video the women of BuzzFeed discuss everything from when a kiss is more likely to occur, to how to go in for a kiss, and what makes a good kisser skip the raw onion on that tue. You need to set the mood for a good first kiss.
Nothing is more stress-inducing than approaching the end of the night and wondering if your date is going to make a move, or if you oj your chance to make one, or any number of scenarios that will leave you tail-spinning into an existential first date crisis.