Tuesday, December 18, 2007

How to Properly french kiss someone

Hello dear Readers of the Real Love Doctor's clinic, today the Love Doctor will continue to give tips and know how's about Love and the art of body language in presenting one's love for another. Today as I checked on the last time in most of my emails, I have learned that a lot of those of you out there were asking on how to hug properly, when is the time for a great holding hands and even 2 letters on how to kiss correctly a girl. As I teared my self in laughing upon reading such things, I came up with a standard way of kissing passionately instructions just for you to follow. enjoy

Introduction To the ART OF FRENCH KISSING

French kissing is similar to another French invention: Champagne. A little bit will make you giddy but too much can lead to trouble. Whether you're studying up before a first date or simply curious, here are some French kissing techniques for anyone looking to learn how to French kiss.


Difficulty: Easy

Things You'll Need

  • Breath Mints
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Step One

Remember that French kissing can quickly unhinge passions. Start with gentle pecks and tongue-free kisses as you get to know someone.

Step Two

When you're ready to French kiss, lean toward your date with your head tilted slightly to avoid bumping noses. Men may wrap their arms around a date's waist; women may wrap their arms around a date's neck.

Step Three

Make eye contact as you lean toward one another but close your eyes as the lips meet. Inadvertent eye-contact mid-kiss can be quite awkward.

Step Four

As you lean in for the kiss, have your lips parted ever so slightly and inhale through your mouth to heighten the senses and to avoid breathing on your date.

Step Five

Allow your lips to brush against each others to create light, feathery kisses. Keep the tongue in your mouth initially.

Step Six

As the kiss warms up, allow your tongue to flicker onto your date's lips. Don't let your tongue linger--keep the flickers quick and gentle.

Step Seven

If your date responds in kind, let your tongue extend back toward his or her tongue. Keep the movement light and gentle--tongue wrestling is a no-no.

Step Eight

Breathe through your nose as your tongues touch playfully and sensually.

Step Nine

Lose yourself in the moment: give complete attention to the kiss. If your mind is on anything else, you're missing out on the full experience.

Step Ten

End the kiss. French kissing can get messy if continued without breathers. Take time to nuzzle necks, nibble ears or whisper sweet nothings before diving in for another kiss.

Tips & Warnings

  • Fresh breath is essential. Avoid smelly foods (garlic, brie cheese, corn chips, coffee) beforehand. Freshen up with a mint or gum, making sure to dispose of the gum before kissing.
  • Some people find it helpful to practice French kissing on ice cream. It's a chilly but effective way to practice tongue flickers.
  • Read your date's body language to ensure a French kiss would be welcomed. Holding hands and gentle brush-ups during the date are good signs.
  • There is no single right way to French kiss. Kissing is as individual as the people doing it. The most important thing is to be true to yourself, your date and the moment.
  • French kissing can quickly unleash passions. Know your limits beforehand and be prepared to put the other person on hold when you reach them.
  • French kissing improves with practice. Don't be dismayed if your first time French kiss fails to ignite fireworks. Practice makes perfect.
  • Don't shove your whole tongue in the other person's mouth, it's not a pleasant experience.

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Anonymous said...

Wwow it halped me so much!
Thank you very very much...
And by the way the site is so cool!

Anonymous said...

good work mate

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Anonymous said...

shay shay
im so nervouse to make out for the first time
but it will be at a movie theatre
but im a little more confident now bbut im scared im going to mess it up

Anonymous said...

me and my boyfriend have been going out for two days and all we do is hug and hold hands so now i want to take it to the next step KISSING i have never properly kissed my past boyfriends before and i really want to kiss this one and i am still a little unsure of what to do but i hope that we will make it work out.Also we will be at school when we do it in front of loads of our mates and i just think im going to chicken out and hug him insted but i am really going to try and do it. If i ruin it then oh well like it says practice makes perfect. thanks for your help x x x x

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