27 Men And Women Share Exactly What Made Their First Kiss Awkward, Sweet, Or Hilarious

16. The Hottest Girl In School

Fucking awesome. I was in grade 6…so 11 years old. Her name was Sarah, the hottest girl in my school. We played lacrosse for the school on Saturday mornings and used to go to the public pool nearby afterward. We frenched for a good 45 minutes to an hour that day. To be honest that may have been the best moment in my life, pound for pound. I remember hearing ‘Heaven is a place on Earth’ the next day (which had just been released) and just recall being filled with the giddiest sensation, like this world of infinite possibility was going to present itself to me.

Dogalicious

17. A Journey Of Bristly Self Discovery

I was a middle schooler and, though I didn’t know it yet, very much a lesbian. I “dated” this guy for a week, mostly because my self-esteem was low enough that I was entirely surprised by his attention. He had facial hair. It was vile.

ephemeral-person

18. …Okay Bro

I was a freshman in high school. I ended up closing my eyes during my first kiss and missing his lips. When I wanted to try again, he said “it’s your loss” and didn’t let me kiss him again. He was a shitty first-boyfriend.

AAUUGH

19. A Truck Driver Signals His Approval

I am german but it was more than 17 years ago. I was on a language education vacation (insert your joke about how it didn´t work well with my English skills).

We were under-aged and bought some cheap wine to chill with our group at the beach. On the way back to our host families we lay in the middle of a big, grassy round-a-bout and watched the stars. Then she turned over and gave me a long kiss.

It was pretty romantic if not for the truck driver driving through the round-a-bout seeing us kissing and honking so loud in the middle of the night. We both jumped up and ran home. Damn, this ended way to quick back then.

niclucky

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