How does a guy learn to become a great kisser? I think there are two things that one would need to do: practice by kissing women more frequently and practice with someone with more experience. So, for a guy to become a great kisser, it makes sense that his best chance for learning is by frequently kissing older more experienced women.
On this particular Saturday night, I am at the local pub…again. I approach a few different women and attempt to attract them with a few of my witty stories but it just isn’t working tonight.
There is one older woman sitting in the corner by herself. I am already familiar with this woman as I’ve interacted with her on numerous other occasions. She is Mistress Molly.
Mistress Molly is in her late 30′s, probably around age 38 or 39, and she is very cute. This would make her about ten years older than me, so I think it definitely classifies her as an “older woman.” Not that I consider late 30′s as old, just comparatively older.
I go over and sit down with Mistress Molly. We immediately strike up an engaging conversation. We talk about dating and relationships. I tell her about my pursuit in meeting and attracting women. She gives me all kinds of advice and stories about her relationship experiences. Before we know it, we had talked for over two hours straight. All the while, there is some light banter and kino between us.
As the bar closes we walk outside together about to part ways.
“Have a good night” I say as I lean in to her.
Just like that we are kissing and it…was…good! She is by far one of the best kissers I’ve ever kissed before. To be honest, this isn’t the first time we’ve kissed. I’ve kissed her on New Year’s Eve and several weeks ago as well.
I don’t think things will ever get sexual between us. Because of our age difference we lead very different lives and I don’t see a relationship going any further than the kissy one we have right now. Not that I don’t mind as she is a damn fine kisser.
Our lips finally unlock and we both smile at each other with our gleaming eyes. We turn and head our separate ways.