Episode 3: Hot Mess Dating Success

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Some little girls dream of their wedding day.
But me?
I dreamed of when I’d get my first kiss with tongue.

It finally happened when I was 14, right before computer class.
The hallway was empty. The bell had rung.
He glanced at me, my heart started racing.
He leaned in.
Our tongues went corps-à-corps in an illegal fencing match-

Do you remember your first kiss?

That first kiss also became my first love.
He was my boyfriend for over a year, maybe a year and a half?
Who knows?!
High School years are like dog years; basically 7 years all wrapped into one.

I really felt like a real teenager with my Skater Boi boyfriend,
Practicing our French kissing,
Going to the mall with our friends,
Holding hands at the movies,
Getting chocolate covered strawberries for Valentine’s Day,
I even moved into his locker.
Love was in the air!

“Brittany pack your bags, your moving to your Dad’s in Georgia in two days”
What the… ?
I’m starting to see a pattern here

And that was the end of that.

Stay tuned <3

‘En-garde’ is French for ‘on guard’, and is uttered by the referee before the start of the bout to signify to the fencers that they should get into positions.
French for ‘ready’, pret is one of the three words that the referee utters before the start of the bout. The sequence goes as follows: en-garde, pret, allez.
‘Allez’ is the French word for ‘go’, and in fencing terms, it is the word that the referee uses to start a bout.
This refers to bodily contact between the two fencers, and is considered an illegal move in both foil and saber fencing.
(in fencing) used as an acknowledgment of a hit by one’s opponent.

'Kiss Me All Night Long' -Brittany Bivens 2015