How to French Kiss
1. Set the scene. Make sure that the mood and
time are right.
2. Relax! Take a deep breath and let go of any
tension in your neck and shoulders.
3. Put your arms around the person you want to
4. Start off with a normal kiss, not too firm, not
too aggressive. Closing your eyes is optional.
5. In mid kiss, gently open your mouth and softly
nudge the other persons mouth open using your
6. Again, not too aggressively, move your tongue
inside the other persons mouth and playfully touch
7. Read the other persons body language, if they
seem tense or start to pull away, stop what you
8. If they open their mouth more or otherwise
indicate they like the kiss, keep on doing what you
have been only with a little more passion.
9. As the kissing gets going saliva build up can
be a problem, don't forget to swallow.
10. Make sure you keep your tongues relaxed
but your lips tight (saliva again), you don't want the
kiss to turn messy.
Don't forget to breathe.
Since French Kissing is "wetter" than other kinds
of kissing it is a good idea to start with dry lips,
don't lick them first.
If one of you have braces you can still French
Kiss, you just have to be more careful and not as
forceful when things get passionate.
If both of you wear braces you can still French
Kiss, you just have to be very gentle and avoid
French Kissing takes practice, but at least it is fun
to practice this one!