Kiss hello dating

Women friends do this and it doesn't mean a thing but hello.

Unless you want to take it to another level, as far as a commitment is concerned, you should keep yourself from doing it if you know that the other person sees it as affection and you don't. Also depends if you are dating someone needy, clingy, and psychotic. First of all, if you have a real kiss on the first date, aren't you going to want to pick up where you left off on the next date? I can't recall having a first date that led to a second date with someone I didn't want to kiss when I saw her again. THAT I can do through calling a friend or a site like meet up.

It seems to me that the first kiss is just the next level of ``breaking the ice.'' Once the ice is broken, the interaction between you and your date ought to be pretty natural and easy to figure out.

If you part ways after the first date following some steamy kisses, she ought to be waiting impatiently for the next one when you leave.

But the point of my question was if two people, for example, went out and kissed on the first date and both were interested but one of them was not into public displays or wasn't generally "touchy-feely", if they opted not to kiss the other hello, or opted for the cheek kiss, on the next date would it been seen as a sign of disinterest? I am rather introverted and I have a rather large personal space I don't like to have invaded unless I am comfortable with someone. But, once that real kiss happens, I am comfortable with that person, so there's nothing to really figure out. I mean real, panting, I have to come up for air kissing.Not saying we were going to Bobby Flays but we werent going to Sonics especially.Since we live in Vegas its easier but you get my point.I would think she would expect it, if she was interested in you. Once a kiss enters the arena, I'd like to think that kissing would be natural, not expected per se.How else do two people start connecting with one another ?

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