I salute you with my lips

Since I will be graduating high school soon, I think I should start making out with boys. Just kissing.

Remember when kissing was so fun?
When all it meant was this?

Main Entry: 1kiss
Pronunciation: 'kis
Function: verb
Etymology: Middle English, from Old English cyssan; akin to Old High German kussen to kiss
Date: before 12th century
transitive senses
1 : to touch with the lips especially as a mark of affection or greeting
2 : to touch gently or lightly
intransitive senses
1 : to salute or caress one another with the lips
2 : to come in gentle contact

You wouldn't think it would be so hard, making out like you did in high school, when there was really nothing else, it is not like you kiss in order for it to be a step towards some other end… a relationship or just getting to the next stage of sexual encounter,
but you just make out and after words you say
“wow, I just made out that was sooooo fun”
and that is it.
It is like a short story.

I find it really difficult to get into these kissing situations.
Either I would take it too seriously or they would or it would immediately get way too hot and heavy.

The other night there was this really cute boy with a mohawk, it just seemed like the most perfect thing. I am in high school and I need to make out with a guy with a mohawk.
I almost… I thought about suggesting it
“Hey ya wanna go outside and make-out for a while? Ya know like 15-20 minutes, maybe a half an hour”
but then I got distracted and totally forgot and I never suggested it.

Oh well.

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