Committing any of these French kissing sins can make for a bad experience. You don’t want to be remembered as the “slobber goblin” or “chester the molester” do you?
Don’t be afraid of a little tongue
Some people get pretty bashful about kissing with their tongues. Well this IS French kissing, so you should know what you are getting into. Keeping your lips pressed tightly together will make the other person have memories of kissing their grandma.
Some people’s lips and tongue are more sensitive than others. Don’t bite the tongue, or they may not want to put it in your mouth ever again.
If you feel like things are getting too wet take a break and swallow. You don’t want to be remembered as the “slobbery kisser”.
Don’t chew gum
Gum isn’t as good as mints for masking bad breath. It will also cause you to salivate more than normal, which is definitely not a good thing for French kissing.
The majority of non-smokers are grossed out by kissing a smoker. It's like licking an ashtray. Bleh.
Don’t go crazy with your tongue
Moving your tongue around like a propeller is not going to be appreciated. Keep it moving slow and soft.
Great kissers know that French kissing isn’t just a warm-up activity. It should be savored and enjoyed slowly.
It’s a sad, sad little man that uses French kissing as an excuse to grope like a molester. Unless some groping is obviously wanted, make your hands behave.
Don’t get nervous
You don’t want to be stiff or shaky when you start French kissing. If you’re getting nervous, force yourself to relax and breathe. It’s only kissing after all.
Don’t forget to breathe
Forgetting to breathe is one of the most common errors in French kissing. Remember to breathe softly through your nose. Otherwise, you might have to dramatically pull away gasping for air. Not cool.