How to be a good kisser
How to be a good kisser? Is there really such a thing as being a very good kisser? Well if you’re an old romantic at heart like me, then you’ll like to believe that there is, and that the art experienced in the act itself is a lot simpler than those that complicate love would otherwise have you believe. So just what is the perfect kiss? And before you ask, I do know what I’m talking about, because I proudly shared what I felt to be the perfect kiss as my very first, with a very beautiful girl, so therefore deem it a consideration here, as I recall a blissful teenage event.
But before I divulge my heart out explicitly on this hot topic, I can tell you from the core of my being, that when you feel a kiss on every conscious level, in both your imaginative sense and in your heart, you have done it correctly. A kiss is supposed to be simple, felt in all its wonder. Not thought about being felt, or analyzed whatsoever, especially as you engage with your partner, it’s meant to come naturally, easy and something a bit poetic, so therefore, the least thought about activity you do.
Now, as I recall my first kiss for you all those years ago, and by the way, it couldn’t have been any more romantic as I’m about to explain, I remember the finest details of our encounter right down to the taste, because the taste included salt. As it went, she was the braver of the two and the one to peruse me, being slightly older than I and that much more experienced. She worked as a cashier in an arcade and had a friend of hers visit the video game that I regularly stood at. Her friend asked if I would be interested in meeting her after work, and I simply could not believe what it was she was suggesting. Needless to say, I lost my game. But of course, I rapidly swallowed down all my nerves as I too felt the little flutter in my heart for the cashier who smiled a beautiful wide and delicious smile to all the customers who needed change. I was truly shocked she had had an interest in me to begin with a video addict teen with no experience. But interested she was, experienced or not, and it was to be my first ever liaison of any sort with a girl, let alone my very first kiss and my legs dutifully shook as the hours passed to the time when she finished work and we met. It was very much romance and a moment I will never forget…
The amusements where she worked was right beside the ocean, and so as I fumbled with my words to try and entertain her in the best way I could, we walked without a beat of consideration down to the beach. It was cold and as we came together in that place at that moment, we couldn’t even hear the words which we spoke to one another, because be both knew what was about to happen next. Our lips touched and it was like fireworks going off in the deepest corners of me. Our kiss was slow, long and deep and after it was over we walked together to the chipper on the pier to buy chips, hence the taste of salt. I still remember fondly that it could not have been more of an impact to my naive youth, for it changed everything, most especially, how I looked at girls.
And if there’s one thing I learned that has benefited me to this day, blowing my own trumpet a bit, but being honest that I have been told I am a good kisser, it would be to make your mouth dry by swallowing, keep dental hygiene the high priority it should be and when your lips meet replay the word "Slow" over and over in your mind. And whatever you do, don’t worry too much, because the partner whom you kiss is likely to be just as nervous.