In fact, I think some innocent kissing on the first date is totally harmless and well worth it if you want a walk to remember (Mandy Moore reference, anyone?! There's always a balance, and you need to do your best to find a happy medium between too much and too reserved—in conversation as well as getting physical.It's all about creating the right first impression.If she stays interested enough, you could afford to wait until the fourth, or fifth, or tenth date, if you wanted.Otherwise, move too early, and she won't be comfortable.To hit the right moment, make sure you're close to her (sitting or perhaps standing, as you're dropping her off at her place), and then observe her mouth and eyes carefully for one or both of the following signs: if she licks her lips or purses them, she is thinking about kissing you.
Just remember, there's not much to gain by going for it right away.
When I first met my fiancée Emilia, though, we both had butterflies in our stomachs, and all we did was gaze into each other's eyes all night.
Now, can you go in for a kiss at a moment like that? But if you want advice, it might be wise to reserve fully acting on and voicing your feelings until after date number two.
If anything, a little kissing will validate a natural spark and garner much more excitement for future dates.
What are your thoughts on kissing on the first date?