Women who loved seeing Arie Luyendyk Jr. from Emily’s season on “The Bachelorette” kiss Emily Maynard are in for a treat watching the 2013 season of “The Bachelor”. The race car driver has been giving kissing lessons to Sean Lowe — but not the racy kind they might seem.
Since Arie kissing Emily the right way was one of the main reasons he lasted longer than Sean when the two men were competing on Maynard’s season, he decided to do the right thing and offer smooching lessons to the new Bachelor. The segment that aired on the premier episode of the 2013 season was cute, almost cuddly, and scandalous without being sleazy.
Their funny tutoring session aired on Jan. 7, cracking viewers like @VodkaVendettas up. Their initial response to watching the hit show’s most recent premier was sharing the tweet, “Sean and Arie TOGETHER!? Now THAT is [going to be a] good Bachelor season.”
Arie understands that kissing can and should be an intimate experience that involves more that the lips. As he told Sean, a kiss — when done right — really should involve the whole body.
When a man moves in for a kiss, making eye contact first is the most important thing. After that, being sure not to give a tongue bath to your lady while playing tonsil hockey is something he inferred she’s likely to appreciate.
But Arie’s kissing trick really is not about the small amount of action-adventure moves he does with his tongue. He says that the real way to make a kiss special for a girl is to use your hands — and not grope.
His advice to Sean Lowe about how to handle kisses with the twenty-five new ladies is to look them in the eye and reach with his dominant right hand to touch their neck. He advises to play with a woman’s hair with one hand while gazing into her eyes.
After going in for the kiss, the reality TV star says it is important to follow through by using the second-hand to touch the other side of her face. By keeping his hands above her shoulders, not only does the kiss make for better television ratings, the girl is likely to feel more special.
Did he ever actually kiss Sean Lowe on the mouth while the two men were practicing? Not that “The Bachelor” producers showed anybody. But either way, the kiss-and-tell moment was deeply appreciated by fans nationwide.
After all, since most viewers seem to be romantics at heart, hearing Arie share tips with Sean about true romance in such a candid way really was interesting. At least if you were following the commentary #TheBachelor fans were sharing with one another on Twitter in hashtag tweets.