Dating bases explained
Here’s everything you need to know about relationship bases and the baseball metaphors for sex. It’s more like testing the waters with a little fun kissing session.[Read: The perfect first kiss – 22 tips to make it oh-so-amazing! Now, second base is kissing, but it’s a little more intense.You should know there is no official definition for what each base represents. First base is kissing *including French kissing*, maybe some fingers through the hair, but nothing really extreme.But funny enough, people seem to understand what each base represents without any official stamp of approval. Think of first base as what you would do on a first or second date.That is when you’re unsuccessful at engaging in foreplay or sex.It makes it sound like you failed at something, but you know that just because you didn’t have sex or hit any of the bases, you didn’t fail. Trust me, there have been many times when I could have had sex, but it just didn’t work out. Or I just didn’t have that connection with someone.(Also, if you saw that binary at the bottom right and wondered what it said, you are not along.
The first letter of each of these four bases is often used to symbolize the respective nucleotide (A for adenine nucleotide, for example).
You start kissing, and it starts getting a little more intense.
More touching, the kissing gets spicier and the breathing gets a tad heavier. [Read: How to make out and 10 steps to make it really awesome] #3 Third base.
In RNA the bases are the same except that when pairing of bases occurs in RNA, uracil (instead of thymine) pairs with adenine.
So if you have ever needed a full explanation of the whole base metaphor, here it is.