What Does A Kiss On The Cheek Mean At The End Of A Date?

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Decoding dating behavior can be seriously confusing. Colleges could teach a semester’s worth of classes on the “You up?” text alone. After I go on a date, I hope for some kind of confirmation that it went well — a hug goodbye or a text saying he had fun are always good signs. So is a kiss. There are a lot of kinds of kisses, though, and a kiss on the cheek means something very different than full-on tongue.

A kiss on the cheek at the end of a date could be a sweet gesture, or it might be a way of letting the other person down easy. I was curious about which interpretation is more often correct, so I asked nine people for their honest opinions. Almost everyone agreed: if you’re on the first date and you feel the night went well, a kiss on the cheek at the end of it usually means they’re into you. Here’s why:

If this guy isn’t feeling it, he’ll tell you.

– James, 22

This guy might want to take it slow.

– Andrew, 21

This guy won’t lead you on.

– Tyler, 22

This guy wants you to pay attention to his signals.

– Brian, 23

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