- Jul 13, 2008
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- The United State of Texas
Now this part of this reply,I agree with.legolas said:Getting the first kiss out of the way is huge in setting the tone for the remaining dates. You don't even need to invite her over and cook dinner and make a move, in fact I'd advise against this till after the first kiss because it will put too much pressure on you to "make a move" Unless you plan a cooking date and only make out, don't do it. Wait till after the first kiss.
It may be better just to go on another regular date,and kiss her then.
I gree with legolas that going back to your place would cause an air of "expectation" of making a move to be present.
You don't want that.
Now this^^^??? Uhh...well....well I'm kind "iffy" on this.legolas said:Just take her hand, and say "Come, I want to show you something" if she asks what, tell her it's a secret. Then when you get her to this place, whatever that may be, turn her around so you face her, look her deep in the eyes, with a smile and say something like "I've been meaning to tell you...........*kiss her*.....you have very kissable lips"
It just seems cheesy,like it's from some movie or a line in a romance novel.
I'm not saying not to do it,I mean I guess it's better than continuing to do nothing,but it just seems so....so scripted.