When I was younger, I lost my kiss to a guy I hardly liked. Is it bad to want my first kiss back? They say its supposed to be the best moment of your life, mine wasn't. Is that bad?

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Rooster Cogburn , Rooster Cogburn, answered

Well, it's been many years for me but I remember my first kiss. I didn't have a clue as to what I was doing and made a fool out of myself. Luckily for me, the girl I kissed had plenty of experience and I'm a quick learner. Later on, I met another girl that I really liked and cared for. Our first kiss was very special! So, the first kiss I had actually helped me to realize that the second girl was really my first real kiss. 

It's natural to feel like you want your first kiss back. I did too. But when I kissed that girl I really liked compared to the one that was just kind of a friend, then I got my first "real" kiss and it was great! It's not bad that you wish it had been different. Not at all. When you kiss that special person, that will be your kiss that you will always remember. I do, and still remember her name. Perfectly normal as you grow up and you'll forget the one that wasn't so great!

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No, it's never bad to want your first kiss back ..I got my first kiss was with a girlfriend (ex) ,who we ended up breaking up 5 days after I asked her to marry me. I was age 28 ..yes it really does hurt but you should wait to you meet that special guy who will truly love you ..not some guy who doesn't give a care..In your case you didn't hardly like the guy and it really wasn't in his heart. Then so when the next time comes along you want it to be for real.

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