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I am 12 yrs old and my 11 yr old boyfriend asked me what I wanted for Christmas. I said a kiss and next time I go over to his house or he comes over to mine I' ll be smoochin it up! The thing is its my first kiss Thanks Selena! I'm so glad you found this helpful, Britany Cozad. And best of luck to you, Shaleigh Mayo! I hope u continue what your doing because its very good.
That's what we think these days, peterose Too bad Nazca kissing has become a lost art. Well, some people like open-eye kisses, felicitylovespari, so don't knock 'em entirely! That said, it's best to keep eyes closed until you figure out your partner's style- more people express a dislike for open-eye kisses than a fondness for them.
And yeah! Major points to Cagsil for that one! What a good read for any time of the day. I like to switch it up with little kisses and then a little french kissing,then stop and back to the little kisses always leaving the person wanting more. There will be lots more if the hubbers follow your advice mmmm that is nice.
Thanx again for something we all thought we knew. But the underside of the tongue that is a good one. Wow this was great - I love reading information like this, makes be really want to go into action right now!! Thanks KMattox!! When it comes to such subjects as this, the funniness is somewhat inevitable :D. Thanks K9keystrokes! Good kisses are key, aren't they? And nibbles are the best! I should add in an extra note about that. Great point about atmosphere though.
I'll add that, and a link to the poem, to this Hub. Absolutely delightful--especially your wrapping up comments after each tip. I put all my experience into my "Singularity" hub, but I will say that atmosphere can add a lot. A fun follow up hub could be "some of the most romantic places to kiss in This is top-notch Simone! Nothing is more intimate than a good kiss!
I find your approach to subject very fun as well as informational. Nothing says, "this is hot" like a little lip nibbling on your way to a sensational French kiss! Up and awesome! Oh, and thanks DentalHelper84! And lorlie6, your praise means a lot to me! Jeez, Om. You always have the best ideas. I ought to try the same thing. Just for fun. Thanks for your valuable advice, Simone.
I'll try these techniques with a total stranger. He might freak out in the beginning, but his panic would quickly be melted by my masterful kiss. Too drippingly much, you gorgeous one, you! Good training hub. Looks like you've found your niche, helping people get lucky. Thanks KoffeeKlatch Gals! I never would have thought of this either. I owe the idea for this Hub to another HubPages team member :D. I totally agree with you, FCEtier. Lots of teens could benefit from developing some finesse in the French kissing department.
Indonesian kisses- those are foreign territory to me, prasetio30! I bet they're just as interesting as French ones; most undeniably better than American ones XD. Rock on, Peter Dickinson! You've got it going on! It's fascinating that those five kisses in particular stand out so clearly in your memory. You make an excellent point about the importance of the individual one is kissing.
Technique can only go so far- there must be a spark! Exactly my intention, Wesman Todd Shaw. Glad to see it worked! Gotta keep people balanced, right? Thank you so much for the high compliments, MartieCoetser!
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And do give Cag's trick a try! I'd love to hear how it works out for various people, teheheheee ;P. Isn't it fun, JSParker? I love how Hubs are perfect for that kind of format- how perfect they are for regular updating and the like. I hope this one only gets better and more useful with time. I love the way you've made this Hub interactive by including suggestions from commenting Hubbers right in the body of your Hub! How clever. I have no choice but to copy this applause coined by Saddlerider.
Perhaps I should go out and find myself a guinea-pig :. You had me all. Then I got down to old Gene, and it twas like a bucket O' Ice water hit me in the face - combined, somehow as it was, with an exasperated "LOL! Great article Simone and one which more should read. I love French kissing and have done since I was first introduced to it more than 50 years ago. I must have French kissed more than a thousand women over the years and continue to kiss more I suppose to some this makes me old and therefore gross but I don't care and enjoy and have never had a complaint yet.
Whereas all your advice is great there is that little 'extra' which certain special people have. Out of all my kisses shared there were five who literally knocked me out of my shoes. Really memorable. One when I was 12, one at 16, one at 59 and two others more recently. Long may they continue. I had never knew about this before. Maybe I just know Indonesian kiss.
Thanks for share with us. I learn much from you. Well done, my friend. Rated up! Simone, once again you have written a terrific hub. I would never have thought of writing a hub like this. Up and awesome. And goodness gracious, Cags, what an interesting tip! I think I know what you're talking about. Must find a victim-er Definitely making a note of that in the Hub. Simone, you do such a wonderful job with these.
I am in the car, moving to Virginia and read this one to my wife. You do a wonderful job writing! Hey Simone, I have one thing that I learned about French Kissing and I'll gladly share it with whomever chooses to listen. I do have others, but one of the most important aspects of the kiss is in getting your partner to receive an enjoyable experience and to do that is to find their sensitive spot, which is directly under their tongue. I have learned that many women I have kissed get turned on even more when it's a soft stroke, rotated either left or right, but gently caresses the under side of her tongue.
It has to be done properly, otherwise, it's just another kiss. Thank you for sharing. Very cool hub. Voted funny. May I add that a little light tongue flicking and tiny nibbles at the ear add a nice side dish. Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
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So you're thinking about French kissing someone, huh? French Kissing As you can probably judge from my French name, I have a leg up in this whole French kissing game. So let's break it DOWN, guurlfraaaain! Chances are that you're comfortable with kissing, so let's move on. French vs. American Kissing France and America are exceedingly different countries. American kissing is characterized by being: Inexperienced Too aggressive Sloppy Avoid American kissing. Stick to French kissing or Freedom kissing, if you must.
French Kissing - Step by Step At this point, I think you're ready for some honest to goodness French kissing pointers. Start with normal kissing only Maori warriors come at their opponents with their tongues lolling, and they're not doing it to turn anyone on In the midst of your I should hope enjoyable kiss, part your lips just a tad you're not trying to eat a burger, bucko Let your tongue take a small exploratory venture out of your mouth. Just a peek. Maybe give your partner's lip a teensy lick.
Nothing crazy. This is your way of saying "Hey dude! You up for this? If your partner reacts favorably, feel free to be a little more forward and be a bit more exploratory. Maybe you and your partner's tongues will get to know each other. Maybe you'll try kissing a bit deeper. Maybe your tongue will take a little stroll around your partners lips. Mix it up. No need to give me a play-by-play. You've got it from here, kid.
It's more polite. Never underestimate the value of oral hygiene and breath mints Use your body - Kissing is all fine and dandy, but you don't want to just stand there, leaning towards each other, do you? Feel free to use your hands, try out different embraces, blah blah blah. Don't forget that this is a whole body experience, kiddies. Watch the teeth - banging teeth can hurt, so when changing positions or angles, be careful! Especially be careful if both you and your partners have braces. God knows you like kissing, but you don't want to get hooked together by your orthodontia.
Change things up - If you realize that you and your partner only French kiss the same way, like, you always have tongue-thumbwars, or you always kiss super deeply, consider spicing things up with something different- perhaps a little lip nibble, or a less visited area of the mouth. Kissing should be anything but boring. For more ways to keep it fresh, check out the tips below, courtesy of previous readers who were kind enough to share their tips and tricks in the comments. End gracefully - When you're finished with your mind-blowingly awesome kiss and want a break to get some air, just transition the kiss into a normal kiss and you're good to go.
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See results. Try toying with the sensitive area right under the tongue - Recommended by Cagsil in the comments, this Frenching move involves caressing the underside of your partner's tongue with your own. For tips from the horse's mouth or Cagsil's very human mouth, rather , scroll down to the comments below. Consider some light tongue flicking and consider the odd nibble at the ear - A great recommendation from JSParker , ear nibbles are a great way to keep things interesting when uninterrupted mouth-to-mouth starts getting dull K9keystrokes points out that you don't have to go as far as the ear to spice things up.
In her words, "Nothing says, "this is hot" like a little lip nibbling on your way to a sensational French kiss! Ambiance is also key, as Winsome can tell you. Certainly it would be difficult to reach the rather steamy scene described in his poem, Singularity - The World's Best Kiss , if one were kissing in a strip mall parking lot.
Starting out aggressively - As I mentioned above, you don't want to immediately start off kissing with tongue. Unlike what you may think from the movies, this doesn't have to happen in slow motion. You'll tilt your head as you move closer to the person, not at a snail's pace, so you don't have to worry about having the time to get it perfect.
Close your eyes. Just before you make contact, close your eyes. Kissing with your eyes open is generally associated with dishonesty and insincerity, and keeping your eyes closed will help you focus on and enjoy what's happening on your lips. Closing your eyes can also help you focus on your mouth and to live in the moment, instead of trying to observe everything that's happening at close range. You can slowly open your eyes later, when you pull apart after the kiss. Keep your mouth in a kissable position. Don't present a stiff pucker, like you would if you went in to kiss your grandma — not only does it communicate non-romantic feelings, but it makes it physically difficult for your partner to initiate a French kiss.
On the other hand, keeping your mouth completely loose and still also says that you're not interested. Here's how to hit a happy medium: Pucker just a little. Push your lips forward slightly, so that you feel the slightest hint of muscle tension around them. Open your mouth slightly. Instead of aggressively going in for a fully open-mouthed kiss at first, keep your lips just barely parted enough that a tongue could slip between them.
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Lightly brush your lips over the other person's. Use feather-light pressure at first, so that your lips are just barely grazing over your partner's. This builds more anticipation and excitement than diving straight into a full-on French kiss. Keep your movements slow. A lot of quick, light kisses don't have the same level of sexiness as a barely-restrained build in tension.
Act like you have all the time in the world—the kiss will speed up soon enough. Test the waters. Once you've built a solid foundation for a French kiss with some tongueless kissing, you can give the other person some subtle hints that you're ready to kick it up a notch. In general, if it's your first time kissing the person, you should be a bit cautious before initiating a French kiss, because this may come off as too much too soon.
But beyond that, here are some things to keep in mind as you test the waters to signal that you're ready to kiss with your tongue: Open your mouth more widely. Offering unrestricted access invites the other person to make the first tentative tongue contact. Lock lips, so that the other person's lower lip is between your two lips. Then, lightly sweep the tip of your tongue over the lower lip. Do one smooth, swift motion so that the contact lasts for less than a second. If they are interested, they'll reciprocate. If you've tried both of the above techniques and your partner hasn't responded, simply leave it alone until next time and focus on regular kissing.
Avoid making a big deal of it, or guilting them. Explore with your tongue. If the other person seems interested, go ahead and start French kissing for real. Remember to keep your tongue in motion and your touches light. First, just slowly slide your tongue into your partner's mouth. You can either begin by placing it above or below your partner's tongue, or even move it around the tongue a bit if you're feeling bold. Just make sure your partner's tongue is reciprocating your actions so you're not just kissing a limp tongue, or the romance will dissipate pretty quick.
Here are some things to keep in mind as you explore the French kiss: Stay playful. Tongues are loaded with nerve endings, and the mere act of touching your partner's tongue with your own will be very pleasant. Stay shallow and light at first. See how far your partner wants to go, and follow suit. Believe it or not, gasping and turning blue isn't very romantic.
You may think that a truly passionate kiss involves many minutes of non-stop kisses, but if you really want to up the romance factor, then you have to stay alert and conscious. Once you fall into a rhythm, you should be able to find a suitable pattern for breathing without interrupting the flow of your kisses. Here's what you need to know: Take small breaths through your nose as you kiss. Don't be afraid to take a break.
If you do it right, it can still be an intimate and sexy moment. Pull back slightly so that your foreheads are still touching, make eye contact, and smile. As you and your partner grow comfortable with the kiss, you can try breathing through your mouth a little: sharing breaths as well can be romantic but not everybody likes it. Mix it up. Kisses are like snowflakes: no two are exactly the same. Once you feel comfortable French kissing someone, it is tempting to try to do the same thing every time, but you should resist if you want to keep things interesting.
You should be able to fall into a nice, comfortable rhythm while adding enough variety from time to time to keep things interesting. Here's what you can vary: Speed: Varying the speed of your kisses is a good way to try something different without potentially intimidating your partner. Once you've got the slow kiss mastered, try going a little faster for a few seconds — it should leave you both a little breathless!
Depth: Once you're comfortable with someone, try kissing a little more deeply. The key to pulling this off is keeping your speed under control. Or, if you want things to be a little more flirty and playful, return to shallow kisses.
Pressure: Like a deep kiss, a hard kiss should be reserved for a situation in which you already know both you and your partner are comfortable. Be a little bit more forceful with your tongue, but be sure to keep it in motion. This can create a ticklish feeling that might enhance your kiss. You could also try lightly catching the other person's lower lip with your teeth. Be aware, though, that not everyone likes their kisses with a side of teeth — be prepared to put your chompers away. Use your hands.
Using your hands and touching your partner's body while keeping it respectful can enhance the romantic feeling of the kiss and can make you and your kissing partner feel more connected. Here's what you need to know about using your hands while you French kiss: As a general rule, start with your hands on your partner's hips and then slowly move them around their back or up to the face and hair.
Another turn-on for the first kiss is to gently caress the other person's shoulder. It shows you are comfortable with them. Cradle your partner's face with your hands on their cheeks and their neck. Read your partner's body language.
How to French Kiss Step by Step
Everybody kisses a little differently, and each person enjoys different things in a kiss — there is no "right" way to kiss. The most important thing is to make sure that your kissing partner is comfortable with the pace of your kissing and affectionate gestures. You need to learn to read signals and adapt to a style that's comfortable for each of you. If your partner pulls away or seems uncomfortable at any time, understand that you have to slow it down. Listen for clues that tell how much your partner is enjoying a particular maneuver.
If you hear a sigh or moan, or they begin kissing you back with increased intensity, you're on the right track. Good French kissing, like good kissing of any kind, requires practice. You will get better as you do it more. In addition, the more practice you have with one person, the more comfortable you will feel kissing them and developing a style that suits both of you.
Don't take yourselves too seriously, either. If you tried something that just plain failed, it's okay to laugh, to lightly apologize, and to try again. If you act devastated after a disappointing kiss, you'll only be making things weird for your partner, and there's no need for that. Most first kisses, like most first attempts at love-making, aren't anything to write home about. Part of the fun is getting better at it — together.
If you really like the way your partner kisses you, let them know. If you don't like something, also let your partner know that, but approach it delicately and compliment them at the same time on something they did that you liked. If your partner is being honest and open with you, try not to overreact or get hurt, or this may make your partner feel hesitant to communicate with you in the future. Even if the kiss goes all wrong, it can still be an intimate affair if you can both laugh about it together!
The important thing is that you're both honest about how you're feeling and what you want to do to improve. You should also communicate by telling your partner how attractive they look, and how much you like them. Make it clear how happy you are to be with the person you're with, and the French kissing will come all the more naturally. Yes No. Not Helpful Helpful Push back gently on the other person's shoulders. Smile as you pull away to show that nothing's wrong. It depends on how long you have been together.
But if you haven't been together for a long time, or if you don't feel okay with it, you should gently push them away and tell them that you don't feel ready for that yet. Make sure to keep the tone of your voice gentle but firm. Not really, but younger than is usually considered too early by societal norms.
That said, everyone grows and develops differently. Tell them in a gentle but firm voice that you don't want to kiss them. Do not let them sway you. If you need to leave, then leave the room. Firmly push the person away and tell them "no. For more information and advice, refer to How to React to a Stolen Kiss. Don't worry about it too much. Just start with a little tongue on their lip and see how they respond.
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