How to Kiss Girls Tutorial - Prank Invasion 2016
How to Kiss a Girl at the Movies
Kissing a girl in a movie theatre is a classic move that most people have gone through. Having the courage to ask someone out is the hardest part, but once you're on the date the pressure is off. Everyone likes to kiss. There is a good chance the girl actually wants to kiss you. The best advise you can use when trying to make a move is to just relax. She agreed to be with you, so relax and kiss her!
Planning Your Night
Research what's playing.Use the internet to look into your options to find the best movie to accommodate a good kiss session. There's plenty of apps for your smartphone that will also show you movie times near you.
Pick a movie.Try to find a movie that you've both either seen or have very little interest in seeing.This can get tricky with the high price of going to the movies these days. For a more enjoyable time, wait until the movie you actually want to see has been playing for a month or two. If you think or know she wants to see something, suggest it yourself.
- The idea is to pick a movie that won't be too crowded.
- Consider the duration of the movie. You should decide if you think you'll want a three-hour movie or can settle with an hour and a half.
Consider the genre.It could be uncomfortable to smooch to a very serious movie. Either go for a comedy, romantic-comedy, or a horror.These movies also get less attendance than the bigger blockbusters.
Ask her for input.Be on the same page as your date. One of the best ways to create chemistry is for the two of you to watch trailers together. Be assertive if there is something you want to see, but don't push it too hard. In the end, decide on something together.
Getting the Mood Right
Plan to meet early.This will give you a chance to flirt before the movie starts. Since she's already agreed to go out on a date with you, you shouldn't be nervous at this part. Be yourself.
Play a game.A great way of initiating chemistry between her and you is to play an arcade game. Make eyes at her intermittently.
- Don't be overly competitive. A little bit can be cute, but if you take it too seriously, it could ruin your chances.
Choose your seat.Pick a seat that seems to be the most remote. Try somewhere in the back row or in a corner.The ultimate idea is to pick a seat that is not too close to other movie goers.
Make sure your lips are smooth.Apply a thin layer of chapstick before your date to ensure your lips aren't chapped. Don't be too insistent in applying chapstick throughout the date. You might seem nervous or too anxious for a kiss. Keep your cool.
Carry breath mints.You might have purchased a 24 oz. Coke, but just carry mints in your pocket anyway. You'll be glad to have them.
Making the Move
Wait through the beginning.It could be weird to make a move right as the title credits are playing. Give it at least twenty minutes into the film. The ideal scene would be a slower one during the exposition.
Make eye contact.Do not sit there and stare at your date. Just glance over from time to time. Keep this up until you both meet eyes and then quickly turn back to the film.
- Your best bet is for her and you to blush after meeting eyes.
Hold her hand.If she has her hand in plain view on the cup holder, that is a good indicator that she wants you to hold it. Don't go too out of your way to hold her hand. Put your hand gently over her hand and wait for her hand to respond to yours.
Feel out the mood.If she is leaning on the opposite side of the seat, she doesn't want you to kiss her. Look for her to put her hair behind her ear. This exposes her neck and is a good cue that she is interested. Be sly when you're gauging her mood.
Initiate the kiss.Turn towards her and gently touch her chin with your finger.This is a clear straightforward signal that will tell her,I want to kiss you. Once she moves her head towards yours, slowly start moving your head towards hers.
- If she doesn't acknowledge your initiation, you might just have to sit through the rest of the film disappointed.
Gauge what her reaction is.If she wants to kiss again, you'll know it. Be charming and a gentleman after the first kiss. Don't be cheesy and say things like, "Well, that was nice," or "You're a good kisser."
Take kissing breaks.Don't just keep on kissing her until the movie is over without a break. Kiss for a little bit and then go back to watching the film. Wait about twenty minutes and then turn towards her again. She should be on board if she enjoyed the first kiss.
- Guys normally make the first move, so make sure you are confident. If you are confident she will feel comfortable.
Compliment her.Once the movie is over say you had a great time, if you mean it. Drop a suggestion that you'd like to hang out again. Don't ask her if she had a good time. Be smooth but don't be afraid to reveal yourself.
To kiss a girl at the movies, start by picking out a lighthearted film that’s not too serious, like a comedy or romance. Next, find seats away from other people in the theater for a little privacy. Notice her body language for signs that she may not be in the mood for kissing, like leaning away from you. If all seems good, move in for a kiss by turning toward her and leaning your head in slightly, and only kiss her if she moves toward you. If she doesn’t, don’t try to force anything, and just go back to watching the movie.
- Try to make it last too if she likes it!
- Take it one step at a time.
- Try to be subtle about it.
- Do not kiss her after the movie in front of your parents, that will be awkward for the girl. Just a gentle hug in front of your parents. If they are not there, do what she wants.
- Most of all, act confident, not cocky, but confident and she will sense it through your body language and will be much more likely to want to kiss you.
- If she puts her hand on your body, then that's a dead give away that she's into it.
- Don't do the old yawn and put your arm around her. It's the oldest trick in the book unless however, you think/know she thinks it's cute.
- If she rests her arm on the armrest on your side, but trying not to let you notice she nearly always wants you to hold her hand.
- Use the bathroom before the date.
- Don't ask her friends what she thought about it.
- Be kind throughout the movie and look at her and smile when leading up to it.
- Also never move too fast, it will make her feel uncomfortable and you might bump teeth.
- Make sure there are no drinks in the way. They are easy to spill, and can quickly ruin a date!
- Try not to bump teeth. It is an instant turn-off.
- Remember there are other people in the movie theatre. A quick kiss is fine, but a prolonged make out session will just disgust the rest of the theatre.
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