So here's some top kissing tips for you men out there. First of all you always cling on your man's strong leg on your lap, I guess. One thing I really like because I'm a pretty chatty gal, and sometimes I get nervous, and obviously key in dealing with that I sometimes don't know how to zip the lip. And I think it's really cute when a guy sort of calls me on my nervousness and kind of catches me off it.
Something exactly like that. That was a suave move. Now if the girl isn't chatting a lot, maybe not so much, because maybe she actually wants to tell you something. But if it's a clear ramble, it's a cute romantic move to take initiative and sort of just dominate it. Punctuate it with a nice smooch. So well done to you, sir.
Another thing I like. I like if it's something, I guess clearly the theme is unexpected. A pleasant surprise. Like if you're walking down the street, clearly we are standing and not sitting in a car. But let's say you are walking down the street and we're just enjoying each other in a way that there was no physical contact or pressure preexisting connection. And then I would just sort of just be grabbed and pulled in spontaneously. I don't know how one would manifest that. I mean I'm just walking around enjoying the sunshine and...
Harrison: Now I have some tips, things that I enjoy very much. I really like when, if I'm being kissed, and it's just a standard issue kiss, if the girl takes the initiative to just go directly from my mouth, maybe not directly, but make her way from my mouth to my ear, and just play with my ear, and just all in that general area. Not inside, that kind of feels like an earwig or some kind of alien.
Maya: Say no more.
Maya:Was that sort of a ballpark figure?
Harrison: That was quite good. I like when a girl tells me when to kiss them, even if it's out of nowhere. Like if we're just talking.
Maya: I'm taking care of it.
Harrison: And then I'm like, "So how are you doing?"
Maya: Just kiss me already dammit. You want to put the knife down first, though. Chop your hand off. What's good about the surprise element that can be interwoven here as a general motif. It eliminates the nervous factor. Because there's not all this anticipation and buildup. One party isn't expecting it, so it's not this coy dance. Just go for the gold.
Harrison: Mm-hm. Exactly. Well said. But those are some quick tips for kissing.