How to kick someone: 9 steps (with pictures)

How to kick someone: 9 steps (with pictures)
How to kick someone: 9 steps (with pictures)

Kicking someone is an intimate and fun activity while you are flirting. Usually, it's something you do in secret without others seeing it, which makes it even more malicious and fun. When you are kicking someone, you need to make sure that your partner is consenting and that your feet or socks are clean. Start with light contact, play with your partner, and both have fun.


Part 1 of 3: initiate contact with your partner

Play Footsie Step 1

Step 1. Choose a partner for yourself

It must be someone you have flirted with before (and who has flirted with you). If you try to kick someone who isn't attracted to you, they might avoid you or ask you to stop. This person should be seated next to you. It would even be ideal if she was sitting in front of you.

Try to get a good idea of ​​how this person feels about you before initiating contact. If she is smiling at you or flirting with you, it probably won't be a problem if you try to kick her off. If that person doesn't seem very responsive while you're talking to them, you might want to refrain from kicking them

Play Footsie Step 2

Step 2. Be discreet

It will be a lot less fun if everyone sees what you are doing. It would be best to be seated at a table with a long tablecloth. Make sure you can reach that person's foot without touching the toes of unwilling bystanders. Then, gently remove one of your shoes (using the other foot to remove it if necessary).

It will be much easier to kick someone's foot if you wear shoes that you can easily take off like ballet flats or moccasins. Shoes with laces like boots and sneakers will be more difficult to remove discreetly

Play Footsie Step 3

Step 3. Engage the contact

Gently tap or press the other person's foot, then step back. Do this just once to see his reaction. Stop if she takes her foot off quickly. If she looks around and asks who stamped her foot in an angry or disturbed tone, apologize and don't do it again. However, in most cases she should be quite receptive. If so, you can gently press against his leg and linger for a bit. Then take your foot off and wait for the other person to find your foot with theirs.

If she doesn't notice it or looks confused, try to get her to know that it was you. Wink at her or smile playfully at her. Still, try not to smile at her like you're apologizing. Otherwise, she'll think it was an accident

Part 2 of 3: kicking your partner

Play Footsie Step 4

Step 1. Massage her foot with yours

Interweave your foot with that of your partner. You can also intertwine your toes if neither of you are wearing socks. Use the part of the foot below the toes to massage the soles of her feet. Then, bring your foot up to massage her ankle.

Play Footsie Step 5

Step 2. Run your foot over his calf and ankle

It is a sweet and fun activity. Try to gently move your foot over your partner's calf and knee as you come up, then back down. Massage her ankle with the sole of your foot, then intertwine your ankles. Look him in the eye and smile at him.

At this point, your partner should fully understand what you are doing or at least respond to your hugs

Play Footsie Step 6

Step 3. Go up her legs

If all goes well, start rolling your foot up from their ankles or calves to their thighs. Use your foot to massage the inside of her thighs. It's a bit more intimate than the previous ones, which is why you need to make sure your partner feels comfortable. After a moment, bring your foot back down to her ankles.

If he doesn't feel comfortable when you touch his thighs, you should see him pull back or make a face

Part 3 of 3: kick your feet and have fun

Play Footsie Step 7

Step 1. Make sure your feet are clean

It is important that your feet are clean before you start kicking someone. You are going to ruin the moment with bad smells or dirty feet. Make sure you have taken a shower shortly before you start. If you are worried about the condition of your feet, it would be best if you keep your socks on.

If you are not sure how clean your feet are, you can go and check them in the bathroom. If necessary, you can also clean them quickly. In this case, it might be helpful to keep a small bottle of lotion with you

Play Footsie Step 8

Step 2. Wear clean socks

If you don't want to go barefoot, you need to make sure your socks are clean. Wear a freshly washed pair the day you want to kick someone off. It is better to choose clean ones with no holes and the right size. It could be very unpleasant to feel old socks with holes rubbing against your thighs.

Your partner should also have clean feet or wear clean socks

Play Footsie Step 9

Step 3. Pay attention to the people around you

There is always a risk that someone around you will notice that you are kicking yourself. If you have to stop suddenly, wink or smile at the other person to let them know it's not their fault. If you're in a large group, you need to make sure you can get your feet back in your socks and shoes quickly when it's time to go.

It would be better if you avoid kicking each other if you and your partner are tight next to other people


  • You better avoid talking about it. It's a lot more fun to kick your ass if you don't say what you're doing.
  • Some people are very ticklish. Be careful not to tickle them so much that they start wiggling and banging their knees against the table. Take it easy.
  • Watch the other person's body language to see if they are receptive.

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