Came across an article that claims you can fix a bad kisser.
(photo found here)
Ya know I had to read it. Here are a few points --
Set an example
One of the best ways to inspire a satisfying lip lock is to gently take the lead. Lean in, plant your lips on theirs, and show them how it's done.
Tried that. Ya can't stop a tongue on a mission.
Play the mirror game
If your new love still isn't catching on, you may need to try a more direct approach. When the time is right (not after an argument or a long difficult day at work), snuggle up to your sweetie and suggest you play a little game.
How 'bout we play the game, You-Can't-Kiss-Get-it-Fixed?
Practice makes perfect
Just like dating takes practice, kissing may require some practice, too.
A broken care will always be a broken car no matter how many times you try to start it.
This is a tough one. I've been in this situation and, for me, a bad kisser is impossible to improve. I may like someone a lot, but if we can't kiss then it ain't going to work. For real. Maybe it comes down is this --
Assess the situation
...while exciting, the first time you kiss someone new can also be incredibly nerve-racking. Instead of writing your date off as hopeless, first consider the circumstances surrounding your bad kiss. Was your date nervous, tipsy, and/or in an environment that wasn't conducive to a first kiss (in public, about to jump in a cab, or standing awkwardly at your front door at the end of an exhilarating evening)?
Being drunk or nervous shouldn't turn you into a bad kisser. I'm just sayin' . . .
What do you think?
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