Verified by Psychology Today. Fulfillment at Any Age. The first kiss is a landmark event in the lives of most individuals. You probably remember where you were at the time, who your partner was, and who initiated that all-important first expression of sexuality and affection. You may have thought those early kissers to be particularly cool, popular, and adventurous. On the other hand, if it was you, perhaps you regarded the need to kiss your first boy or girl to be an interpersonal imperative you could hardly ignore.
Join us on a butterfly-inducing trip down memory lane. We prefer to remember these monumental moments in teen film makeouts instead of our own high school experiences. Please join us on a butterfly-inducing trip down memory lane. Like the entirety of the first date Landon planned, the kiss is perfect. But he shows up just after the clock runs out, delivering the no-holds-barred, degree make out that dreams are made of. And in that moment, none of us are Josie Grossie anymore.
However, right before I got onto the bus she stopped me, looked at me in the eye, and then kissed me. My first—and current! The kiss was perfect.
Even for non-celebrities, most first kisses are totally awkward. Now imagine being an actor whose first kiss was while filming! Not only are tons of crew members watching when it happens, but then the kiss is broadcasted on screens around the world. That certainly wouldn't be most people's ideal first kiss scenario.