How to deal with a bad kisser
Step One: Identify the problem. Know what it is specifically that you don’t like. Is it bad breath? Too sloppy, too aggressive, too much tongue? Because simply saying, “You’re a bad kisser,” isn’t really fair—or helpful. You should be able to tell him what in particular he’s doing that you aren’t really digging.
Step Two: Take control. Start by showing—not telling—him how you want him to kiss you. This can be tricky, but don’t worry. If he’s not picking up on it, move on to Step Three.
Step Three: Verbalize your concerns. Tell him this is a nice way: “I love when you do ________,” but, “when you do ________, it doesn’t really work.” Also add, “I’d love it if you did ________ more!” Follow this pattern, and he’s sure to hear you without getting his feelings hurt.