You've had a great date and now it's time to say good night; why don't you seal it with a kiss?
You Will Need
* A date
* A romantic spark
At the end of the date, walk your date home.
Survey the area to make sure that you two are alone.
Read your date's body language – are they interested?
Replay the date in your mind. Steady eye contact and repeated physical contact is a good sign that your date's into you.
Set the mood by telling your date you had a great time and that you'd like to do it again some time.
Make your move when there's a nervous pause in the conversation.
Don't wait too long; there's a very short window of opportunity here.
Lean slowly toward your date and give them a gentle kiss on the cheek. If this is well received, you can go for the lips, but use restraint.
If your date turns their cheek in disinterest, thank them for a nice night, and leave.
Say good night and walk away. Don't forget to look back and wave for maximum effect.
Fact: There are 100 times more nerve endings in your lips than there are in your fingertips.