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Anonymous: yeah, it was the first time. I think it was a date, we didn't really officially call it anything. yeah, I think I'll just wait for the next time.. and just see how it goes i guess. It would have probably been hella awkward if i did kiss her and she didn't want to and moved away or something! gbhhmndl, blehhh! idk, i'm so awful at all these things! but thank you so much :3 ♥♥ 

Haha, no problem. But yeah, I’d wait until you’re sure it’s what you both want :) x

Anonymous: okay, so i hung out with a girl and she was awesome and we got on amazingly well. at the end of the night i didn't kiss her, is this bad? should i have? we have arranged to hang out again though! idk if i fucked up 

Ummm, was this the first time you’d ‘hung out’? If so it’s probably best to wait and see how she feels? Unless it was like a date - and both of you knew it was a date - then it probably wouldn’t be a great idea to? Idk make sure it’s what she wants too before you do anything, but I doubt she’ll dislike you for not kissing her? Idk if this helps cause I don’t really have much dating experience. 

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