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How do you kiss someone without them knowing?

Asked by RyanS123 (52points) March 6th, 2019 from iPhone

You’re probably all thinking that this an extremely strange question, but it’s something I’ve been wondering because what if you wanna kiss someone but you’re not sure how their reaction will be?

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Dutchess_III's avatar

Then don’t kiss them.

canidmajor's avatar

If you are not pretty sure that their reaction will be positive, don’t do it.

rebbel's avatar

Blow them (the kiss).

ragingloli's avatar

You could try the Cosby-Method™.

Dutchess_III's avatar

Trademark! Terrible.

Kardamom's avatar

If you are not sure if someone wants to be kissed by you, don’t do it, unless you ask them first. If they say no. Do not try to kiss them.

Jeruba's avatar

Better not.

If you don’t kiss them now, you can still do it later—if you’re sure that kind of attention will be welcome. But if you do kiss them, you can’t un-kiss them. And you might wish you could.

And—are you really thinking of kissing someone who won’t even realize they’ve been kissed? Are they in a coma or what? That seems like a poor bet to me in any case.

Patty_Melt's avatar

I was once in a similar situation. I bought a bag of the chocolate kisses. I told him, “I want to give you kisses, then before he could respond, I took his hand and filled it with the candies. He smiled.”

gorillapaws's avatar

You don’t. The term for that is assault.

stanleybmanly's avatar

While they’re sleeping?

seawulf575's avatar

Tell them you want to kiss them. If they are cool with it, then have at it. If they don’t want to kiss, don’t be a creeper, respect their desires. Or lack thereof.

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