Every man wants to know the secret key connecting a chick flick with that special moment to start making out. The mystery is solved in six easy scenes, one per each flick. A hidden treasure awaits! There are those times to not consider making out, but then again, there are times to start lip locking. What is the point in most romantic comedies that is the best time to start making out? Wait for certain signs.
“When Harry Met Sally” (1989). The most watched classic holds an unforgettable scene. A woman sitting at a table faking an orgasm offers a comical twist for viewers. But when Harry and Sally get together, all is real. Or at least for that short minute. The perfect time to put your arm around your lady, reach over and give her a kiss.
“What Happens in Vegas” (2008). One chick flick that, for the most part, is highly entertaining for both men and women. Yet there is that one part that will grant your wish of opening the doors to slowly making out. Joy McNally (Cameron Diaz) looks at the ocean along a chilly shore. Jack Fuller (Ashton Kutcher) walks up to her with a photo in a frame. They converse. McNally smiles and right at that moment start exploring her lips with your tongue softly until all lips meet. Chances are you will re-enact the ending scene with the two characters kissing and hugging.
“Forgetting Sarah Marshall” (2008). Peter Bretter (Jason Segel) finds a woman in Hawaii who likes to jump off rocky cliffs into the ocean for fun. And once Peter finally jumps after struggling with his fears, the feeling of excitement takes over and magic happens between the friends. They begin kissing. There’s your sign. Start kissing.
“50 First Dates” (2004). Henry Roth (Adam Sandler) continues to try and jog the memory of his brain damaged friend Lucy Whitmore (Drew Barrymore) who he wants to date. He ends up dating her but she never seems to remember who he is. The story ends with both of them on a ship while being surrounded by family members. When Henry presents their child to Lucy, Lucy starts to tear. Right after that point start kissing her gently. Another good ending to begin making out!
“How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days” (2003). Andie Anderson (Kate Hudson) is playing Ben Barry (Matthew McConaughey) right into her hands. Ben does the same. They both end up falling for each other. Each scene is well performed but one particular stands out far more than the rest and as luck would have it, the scene is prefect for a kissing session. When Ben calls Andie’s bluff at the end of this chick flick, Andie responds and they work their way into kissing. Start approaching her lips at that point.
“Fool’s Gold” (2008). Matthew McConaughey teams up, once again, with Kate Hudson in a chick flick that could even make you cry. Especially the part where gold falls back into the sea. But what portion is considered the most romantic and appropriate for making out? When they are treasure hunting inside of an old building. The scene gets a little hot and heavy. That could be you! A great scene to make out.