Great Dating Mood

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  19. Don’t go from 0 to 60. Guys are usually guilty of this one. We try to go from talking about our favorite food to sucking face without transitioning. If you don’t work your way up to kissing you will probably fail to get a kiss. Try playful touching and slowly build to more intimate touching like hand holding and hugging.
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  21. Build tension. The best first kisses are the ones that release tension. You need to build sexual tension. Your partner should sense that the kiss is coming. This can be accomplished with long looks into each other’s eyes. Make sure that you are close enough to kiss. Switch between looking at their eyes and mouth.
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  23. Don’t wait until the end of the date. If you wait until the end of your date to kiss you are taking a huge risk. It’s going to be obvious. If you haven’t followed tip #2 there’s a good chance that they aren’t in the mood to kiss. Plus if she or he declines you have no opportunity to redeem yourself. Their last memory from the night will be your botched kiss.
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  25. It’s worth mentioning that men don’t have to do all the work. Society tells us that men should be sexually dominant, but we don’t have to stick with tradition. This advice also applies to women. Actually, it applies to everyone male, female, straight, gay, or bi. Now get out there and start kissing!
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  27. Ten years ago this post would’ve been irrelevant.  Facebook was just getting started, and no one was worried about social media status updates.  Fast-forward a few years, and it’s a challenge.  When should you indicate whether or not you’re in a relationship?  Too early and you might seem needy, but if you wait too long your partner might think you’re avoiding commitment.  When is the perfect time?  Here are 4 tips to consider when updating your status:
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  29. Have a real-life conversation.  You should determine your relationship’s boundaries early.  Is this an exclusive relationship, or are you both still seeing other people casually?  Be upfront with your person of interest (POI).  Your online status should reflect whatever you both decide.  Don’t agree to a committed relationship while leaving your status as “single”.  It’s dishonest, and your POI isn’t going to like it.  Have the decency to admit if you want an open relationship.  More men and women are interested in open relationships than you might believe.
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