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« Reply #30 on: September 10, 2006, 09:22:40 PM »
Well, if Lizard Dude can kiss a girl, then I bet I could!  Wearing glasses is like the same amount of uncoolness as lacking a personality!

Hahahaha!  For some reason I found that pretty funny.  As for myself... wellp, I'm 36 years old and never kissed no one but my good ol' dog, Bubba.  It don't matter none.  No big deal.

Actually, I'm not 35 and don't have a dog named Bubba. XD But I really haven't kissed a girl before (unless you count the number of times that Princess Toadstool has kissed me after I rescued her).  But I do have a picture of a girl kissing me while we sat on a couch. :)  We were both really young but it was still cute.

I wish I had some good advice to give, but my own convictions have dried up any experience I could tell you about.  My goal is to try and wait to kiss a girl as long as I can, possibly until marriage.  I'm sure this sounds rediculous and old-fashioned (and it even sounds that way to me!) but I want to make it special for my wife. (Plus, I don't have any nerve to even think of doing that during a date! XD)  I think that if someone of the opposite sex kissed me and then later we broke up and they got a new date, I would feel even worse about that.  I don't know how all girls would take that though.  I feel a poll coming soon. >_>

But as for you... I think I would let the girl make the first move just to be safe.  Then you can have more of an excuse to kiss her!  However, if both of you wait for each other or don't want to then... uh... it's up to you I guess.  It's not the end of the world if you choose the wrong time but it could be a little embarrassing.

So, in summary, I hope that my something came out of my random rambling.  Maybe the internet has some good advice.  Good luck whatever happens!


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« Reply #31 on: September 11, 2006, 01:52:17 AM »
Dude, good luck getting a wife without kissing her until the wedding day.



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« Reply #32 on: September 11, 2006, 02:45:13 PM »
I think he has mistaken "kissing" for another activity. Perhaps you need to take another Health class?

Yes, I am breaking the "post an enormous picture of TEM's dog at the end" chain. Not to insult you TEM, just for legibility.

« Reply #33 on: September 11, 2006, 02:45:43 PM »
Yeah, isn't kissing like what happens when a bee takes pollen from a flower? XP

It's not really a strong conviction, just a thought.  I mostly want to stay away from the type of kissing that could lead to other things (otherwise it might not be a big deal).  But let's not get into that subject. ;^_^
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« Reply #34 on: September 12, 2006, 07:32:56 PM »
Your real first kiss is when it is involuntarily agreed upon by both kissers, perhaps.

While that is true, you never know when the timing will be right. My fiancee and I (before she was my fiancee) talked about our first kiss before we had our first kiss, so possibly talking about it would be a route to go. It was a darn good kiss too, but that's a story for another time. :)
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« Reply #35 on: September 13, 2006, 01:49:38 AM »
Darn this thread! It's making me want to kiss someone again. I'm supposed to concentrate on gaming, not women!

Oh well, this will make me feel better.



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« Reply #36 on: September 20, 2006, 09:41:47 PM »
News!

I auditioned for the play, and tofay on the callback list, I made callbacks, which were thirty minutes later.  And I read for the same character each time, and that character was... Peter, the boy that kisses Anne.  I felt good reading his lines, and it looked like the drama teacher liked my chemistry with Anne each time.  She was positively beaming at the end of every scene!

I should explain that at auditions, everyone performs their own monologue that they choose and bring with them, and then if the teacher sees promise, you go to callbacks, where they'll choose a certain scene at a time, and have two or three rounds of different people reading for the different characters.  So I made callbacks and read for the same part each time, which happened to my friend last year and he ended up being chosen for that role.  There's another round of callbacks tomorrow, I hope I'm still on the list!  To do drama 4 next year I need to have a lead role at least once.

Anyway, this thread is still supposed to be centered on kissing.  At callbacks, I read two or three times as Peter in the scene directly before the kiss.  Afterwards I read the kissing description.  See, Peter and Anne go up to the attic together, their "special" place.  Peter is obviously dropping awkward hints that he likes her, and at the end of the scene he asks her to come up there tomorrow night.  She agrees, and she turns around and begins to leave.  Peter suddenly goes up to her and kisses her quickly on the back of her head.  Anne stops, turns around and throws her arms around him, and they kiss for a few whole seconds!  Then she hurries downstairs into the bathroom and Peter blows out the candle in the attic and it goes into the next scene.  Intense!
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« Reply #37 on: September 20, 2006, 09:53:05 PM »
 Intense! That's hardly a good enough description! You, sir, have worked very hard at this, and will recieve your just reward. Multiple times.

« Reply #38 on: September 21, 2006, 11:01:15 AM »
Which is...



A PUPPY KISS!!  Okay, I'll stop.  Good luck, Markio!  Dominate the show!  Save her with your charm.
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« Reply #39 on: September 23, 2006, 10:34:44 PM »
Bad news!  I was horrible on the second day of callbacks, and I ended up with the role of a soldier that appears at the end and says like one German word and that's it.  The sad part is that my friend, who is class Senator and does multiple activities and always has a 3.8 or higher, received the part of Peter.  What sucks about that is that I told him myself about how I hoped of getting that part, and also he would always tell me that Junior year meant getting lead parts.  He doesn't even take Drama class anymore and he's still better, in the teacher's eyes.  Oh, and at callbacks when they had me read as this one part, this kid who was younger than me told me to make my character less wild, which made me feel bad for some reason.  Probably because he said "I'm sorry, I shouldn't tell you this, you're in drama 3 and I'm in drama 2", which means "I won't tell you what to do, you should know better".

Anyway, enough of the ANGST!  The point is, I didn't get the part and won't get a kiss, stage directed or in real life.  All I'm left with is the feeling that I'm not good at anything.
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« Reply #40 on: September 24, 2006, 07:41:01 AM »
You are good at something, otherwise you wouldn't have even gotten the one part. Just remember, there are no small parts in a play. Every role is important, even if it is the role with the one line at the end of the play. I've been there, so I know what you're feeling (or at least, I've had s similar feeling, but I took it in stride, since I remembered the above saying: There are no small roles).

I hope that came off as good advice. :)
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« Reply #41 on: September 24, 2006, 07:46:21 AM »
You know Markio, you sound just like me. I tend to doubt myself in ituations like that. The thing is, never give up. Remember what Toad up there just said, "You are good at something".

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« Reply #42 on: September 24, 2006, 09:31:24 AM »
Aw, rats! The disappointment of it all!

I must say, however, that this is no movie (it's reality, for those who didn't know) and your chances were not fantastic in the first place. Landing lead roles is tough, especially amidst the mysterious expectations of a director.

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« Reply #43 on: September 24, 2006, 11:39:19 AM »
I know I sounded really upset back there, but it's fun to be upset for a little while.  I'm over it now, but I still don't know how I'm supposed to congratulate my friends without them saying "And you're a soldier!  ...Yeah!"  I'll just have to deal with that too.  There's still the musical, and I'll probably just be in the ensemble for that too, but at least there's a lot of ensemble members there, so it's not so exclusive to have only like one scene.  And yeah, at least I'm in the play, a lot of good actors didn't even make callbacks, let alone get a part in the play.

I also heard this great song from the musical Avenue Q, which is sort of like Sesame Street, but the puppets sing songs like "Everyone's a Little Bit Racist" and "The Internet Is for Porn" and "If You Were Gay (I'd Be Okay)".  Anyway, it's the closing song, and it's called For Now.  The opening lines of the song are as follows:

Why does everything in life have to be so hard?

Maybe you'll never find your purpose.

Lots of people don't.

But then I don't know why I'm alive!

Well... who does, really?

The song starts out saying that everyone's a little unsatisfied, and that nothing lasts and life goes on, and you'll be faced with a lot of problems. But only for now.  Because everything in life is right now.  I didn't get the part that involves a kiss.  That's in the past!  Right now it's Sunday and I'm talking with some nice people (YOU) and I have the power to do my homeowrk before school tomorrow.  So I can't change my part in the play.  Well, as said in the song, "We'll just accept the things we cannot avoid for now!"  It's a great song, and I should listen to it.  We ALL should listen to it!

Maybe I'll kiss a girl in college or something.  I'll have to wait... but only for now!
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« Reply #44 on: September 24, 2006, 05:55:25 PM »
Hmm.  Sorry about that, Markio.  But yeah, I was just going to say... maybe you'll get a better kissing opportunity later! ;)  Sometimes in life we don't get the things we want right away but then later we get something ever better.  Sometimes.  Real love is more important than physical love anyway (but that's too easy to say for me).  Good luck, Markio!  Dominate the show.
« Last Edit: September 24, 2006, 05:57:40 PM by Yoshisaurus Rex »
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