I like the stubble on your jaw
and your broken one-too-many-times nose.
I like how good you are at telling stories.
I like how your arms feel wrapped around me
and when you pull me into your chest.
I like that you’re ticklish.
I like having you on my mind
I like that I get to call you mine.
He’s my best friend
Handsome and a gentleman.
Always funny but sometimes sensitive.
Green eyes. Brown hair.
Never forgets to pull out a woman’s chair.
Can’t help it if your touch makes me melt.
You’re something my heart’s never felt.
You’re a trouble maker,
one I should stay away from.
But I’m in too deep.
Buying your every word.
Begging for your every touch.
It’s what I need.
I wanna do it bad boy, can’t you see.
I want it so bad boy, just you and me.
I’m talking about love boy, nothing else
Nothing less, nothing more, just love.
There’s not exactly a set time, but there is definitely a window from date number two to date number four with the sweet spot being at the end of two or three. Timing is super important here. You want to make sure a connection is there before jumping the gun.
Trust me there is nothing worst than going in for a kiss too soon.
If a woman isn’t ready for that kind of intimacy than you only seem disrespectful and aggressive and that’s a sure-fire way to sink your chances with her. You can gage how ready your potential suitor might be by starting with casual touches such as shoulder brushing and a brief hand on the arm. If that seems to go well then you might lean in more during conversation or sit closer so you both might get used to each other in your personal space. From there, more frequent touching, hand holding, and hugging will help build the physical connection. It’s totally normal for it to feel a little uncomfortable from the new sensation and the nervous butterflies, so there’s no need to rush any physical contact.
That’s why it can take two to four dates in order to establish this connection and build up to the first kiss. You both want to be thinking about and craving this kind of intimacy. Of course, everyone moves at a different pace and just like the possibility of moving too fast, there is also the mistake of moving too slow. If you wait too long, he may think you’re not really interested in him romantically. You’ll go from potential dater to friend and watch as he turns his focus to other girls to pursue romantically.
When I first began dating, I obviously had a lot less experience and because of that I definitely did not want a kiss on the first date. I thought it was too soon and if a guy tried I thought it meant he was disingenuous. That was nearly three-year ago now and it wasn’t really until a couple of months ago that I changed my mind on first date kisses.
I still believe the second date is probably better and more popular but as long as I am forming a connection and climbing the ladder of physical contact then I’ve become more accepting of first date kissing. As long as your partner and you feel comfortable, than you can move at whatever pace you want and change that pace when you want!
I love the way you feel that’s why I’m on full body contact press
the way your lips flutter up the side of my neck
and the fire when your teeth sink into my bottom lip
your hand caressing my collar bone before digging into the thick of my hair
my hands move like clockwork from your hips to your ribs to the easing curve
of your neck to the heat of your chest and back again
until there isn’t an inch I have touched.