How to Get a Kiss - 5 Step Formula For a Guaranteed Kiss

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Dude, listen up - it's really not that hard to get a kiss from a girl you fancy. If you are out on a first date with a woman, it is crucial for you to get a kiss - otherwise she will treat you as a mere 'friend' next time you go out with her. This is dangerous! Read on to discover the surefire method to get a kiss from a girl...

How To Get A Kiss - In 5 Steps

Step 1: Find a comfortable location. The bottom line is this - if she is not comfortable, then she will not kiss you. Plain and simple. You must therefore find a place when she is most comfortable in. A good place is her own home, or yours. Also, set the 'mood' as much as possible - for example, play some romantic, soft music in the background.

Step 2: Start non-sexual touching. You must first touch her before you move your lips close to her. Touch her casually in the 'non-sexual' areas such that elbows, hands or knees.

Step 3: Touch her shoulder. This is key - if she lets you wrap your arms around her shoulders and is comfortable with that, then you are half way there.

Step 4: If she starts to feel uncomfortable, immediately stop
, but start the process again (steps 2 and 3) while continuing to build rapport with her.

Step 5: Move in! Move your nose near her ears and rub them gently. Turn her face to you, and look her in the eyes. Move in and initiate slight contact with her lips - get her to move in to continue the kissing.

Now with these five steps, you should be able to get any girl to kiss you in an intimate setting. If you want to supercharge your abilities to seduce women and get them to kiss you, then you should use hypnosis techniques as part of your seduction arsenal.

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This article was published on 2010/04/03
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