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What does it mean to a girl if a guy friend kisses you on the cheek?
Dating / 5:09 AM - Thursday May 28, 2009

What does it mean to a girl if a guy friend kisses you on the cheek?

Hi all,

So a kiss on the cheek. What does that indicate? Any other ways that a guy friend can act or do to indicate potential interest and to gauge her reaction without making things too uncomfortable?

- Asked by Male, 22-25

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There are plenty of ways to show your interest. Why kissing on the cheeks is so popular, even though it makes some women uneasy at early stages of friendhsip? What happened to kissing the hand? It's so much more classy and romantic! No woman would misunderstand that, especially, if you look at her and smile while kissing her hand.

- Response by chichek, A Thinker, Female, 36-45, Moscow, Other Profession

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Giving 1 kiss on cheek should be OK with most girls. Otherwise you can just place your arm around her shoulder and press lightly.

- Response by counsellor, An Intellectual Guy, Male, 66 or older, Delhi, Self-Employed

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It usually means just that...you (the guy) are just a friend. I have a female friend whom I kiss on the lips. not a big smootch or any thing just a nice light kiss. Not comes from it, just a sign of affection for a good friend.

- Response by shyguy63, An Intellectual Guy, Male, 46-55, Other Profession

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No its not that helpful, as it's a normal practice but know that girls r very strong in getting the feelings of guys so if u have that feelings in u, just use your eyes that's it, look at her with your feelings and then kiss her, she will get it. sure thing.

- Response by mani99, An Intellectual Guy, Male, 36-45, Glasgow

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any kiss is a sign of tenderness and caring. a kiss on the lips means love. so, he cares about you.

- Response by pizzatroll, A Mr. Nice Guy, Male, 46-55, Science / Engineering

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Actions may speak louder than words, but sometimes words are less confusing.
How about being direct and to the point and say: I like you; I would like to get to know you better?

'mando

- Response by giamando, A Rebel, Male, 66 or older, Self-Employed

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Oddly enough, in Europe it was customary to kiss someone on the cheek, merely as a courteous greeting.

- Response by thundermist04167, A Mr. Nice Guy, Male, 46-55, Who Cares?

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