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We've all been there...the notorious BAD KISSER! And it really doesn't matter how gorgeous he is, how much money he has, the car he drives, or even the equipment he's working with and how he uses it. If a man's a bad kisser, that can easily dominate the situation and make everything else a moot point.
Everyone knows how to kiss, right? Just put your lips together an blow. Not so fast. For a lot of people, bad kissing is an absolute deal breaker. And it turns out that an awful lot of people don't ever know that they're bad at it. Maybe it's subjective and maybe a good kisser is a good kisser. The author tries to figure out if he's good at it.
According to Scientific American, a recent survey revealed that 59 percent of men and 66 percent of women in a test group had experienced “interest evaporating” first kisses with a person to whom he or she had previously been attracted. The lead researcher said that there was not one particular flaw singled out, but that the kiss simply “did not feel right.”
or the best advice on sex, love, dating and relationships we ask two experts with personal experience. Cathi Hanauer is the author, most recently, of Sweet Ruin, a novel about love, marriage, and adultery. Daniel Jones is the editor of both the "Modern Love" column for The New York Times, and Modern Love, an anthology derived from the column. They've been married for 15 years, and together they provide a his and hers take on relationship questions. This round: bad kissers. Question: I recently went on a date with an amazing woman—but at the end of the night, I discovered that she’s a terrible kisser. Is this a sign that we shouldn't get more physical, or can I "teach" her to improve her technique? -Sean, 29