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I'm ready to have my first kiss and it's all I think about!

 
This is lame, but I really want a kiss. It’s all I think about, and it’s driving me nuts! To top it off, this guy likes me but I am not sure if I like him in return.

 

Dear All Fuzzy Inside,

If you’re not sure you like a guy, don’t talk yourself into snuggling with him—no matter what your urges and no matter how he feels. A first kiss should mean something—all kisses should. The other pair of lips need to be attached to someone worthy—someone you care about and who cares about you and won’t spread rumors or dump you the next day. I’m not saying to wait forever for Prince Charming to gallop up. But if you hang in there, someone special will come along, and you’ll be glad you didn’t waste that kiss on a guy you’re not even sure you like.
 
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BY CAROL WESTON ON 7/31/2014 12:00:00 AM

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