Print this out. Keep it in your wallet. Refer to it whenever necessary.
1) If you lean in closer and they don’t break eye contact.
Simple and easy to read! If they don’t back away the closer you get, they’re down with the kissing. If they do, they’re…less so.
2) If they keep looking at your lips/mouth as you talk.
This is date speak for “I’m interested in kissing you and testing the waters by staring intently at your lips and hoping you get the message.”
3) They are touching some other part of you.
Your arm, your leg, the small of your back, and even good ol’fashion hand-holding is usually good indication a person isn’t repulsed by you. Going in for a kiss when you already have your arm around someone is a pretty easy transition.
4) They stop and face you, open-posture.
You’ve been walking, and suddenly your date stops and turns towards you. Now, you’re staring at each other face to face, and, so long as they continue to make eye contact (See: #1), they’re placing themselves in prime kissing position.
and one, not-so-surefire extra….
5) They offer you a piece of gum.
Date Report writer Kevin Armento swears by this one. (“It’s the way they say it,” he says.) Could work!