What would you do if a man said to you, "I believe in long, slow, deep, soft kisses that last three days" and then left you alone to think about it? You would be dying to kiss him, of course. In Bull Durham, that's exactly what Crash (Kevin Costner) says to Annie (Susan Sarandon) in one of their first meetings as part of an R-rated speech moviegoers were not soon to forget! When Costner and Sarandon finally kiss toward the end of the movie, it's after months of anticipation -- of long looks, suggestive comments and off-the-charts sexual tension.
What can you do to inspire this kind of long-awaited kiss? For starters, practice reciting a similar kissing line like Costner's. This kind of speech may not roll off your tongue easily, so be sure to test it out a few times in front of a mirror. You want to be able to tell someone just how you plan to kiss him without laughing or turning red with embarrassment. Costner says this to Sarandon with such confidence, all she can say in response is a knee-buckling, "Oh my."
Remember: The trick is not to kiss your man right away. Make him wait, always letting him know that (a), the potential for an amazing kiss is definitely there, and (b), you want him just as much as he wants you. When the two of you are finally ready for that hot kiss, be sure to prepare and make the moment special. When Costner shows at Sarandon's door, she greets him with a slow smile and a drink. Her living room is lined with glowing candles and soft jazz is on the turntable. The agenda for the evening is crystal clear. (Translation: The scene is set for S-E-X.) Needless to say, Costner doesn't touch his drink. Instead, he promptly puts it down and leans toward Sarandon. Next thing you know they're looking into each other's eyes, smiling and, yes, finally kissing.
To buy the video click here.