People have so many dating rules, it's hard to keep track.I'm sure we have all broken at least some of those rules, or have been granted the proverbial "exception" to someone else's.Picture a near-perfect date, the conversation has been flowing, the chemistry is electric and so naturally, you want to end the evening on a high and give your date a good night kiss.But then you start to second guess yourself, wondering if you’ve read the signals right, or if you’re going to get a swift rejection of your advances.Or is it brief ending with a sharp pat on the back?If it’s the former, that might be the perfect moment to go in for a kiss, but if it’s the latter, you probably shouldn’t get your hopes up.Try some subtle body language and see how they respond.
If your date isn’t interested they can always offer you their cheek instead – no harm done.
) and dim lighting, or my lips are not going anywhere near your face.
We all know that not every kiss is going to escalate into a Rom Com-style epic, earth-shaking, mind-blowing make-out.
Lots of things can go wrong when you kiss someone for the first time.
So if you’re scratching your head trying to decide whether to risk it all and go in for the smooch, Buzz Feed has gotten the inside scoop on kissing on first dates.