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.There will be some heaving petting above the waist—touching, grabbing, and rubbing breasts, chest, and nipples.Now, if you need some visual idea of this, think of it when you’re watching a movie on a couch. Plus, these bases are kind of controversial, since they are only built on heterosexual sex. Your tongues are engaged, hence the term tongue kissing. There’s no higher or lower social or sexual value on “achieving” one “level” or another. This is kissing another person on the lips with an open mouth.A similar example can be found in Billy Joel's song "Zanzibar" in which he compares himself to Pete Rose and sings the lines "Me, I'm trying just to get to second base and I'd steal it if she only gave the sign.
"I got to second base with that girl yesterday." "I didn't think I had a chance, but I made it to third base with her last night." One of the other answers has provided a nice link to the Wikipedia entry for baseball metaphors for sex.Kohl and Francoeur state that with the growing emphasis in the 1990s on safe sex to expand sex beyond heterosexual penetrative intercourse, the "home run" has taken on the additional dimension of oral sex.Richters and Rissel conversely state that "third base" is now sometimes considered to comprise oral sex as part of the accepted pattern of activities, as a precursor to "full" (i.e. The real deal is that the goal is to be wherever you are comfortable being. Let’s get down to it and help you figure out what the bases mean: First Base First base usually refers to tongue kissing, which is also called french kissing or frenching. The whole thing is a little dated because it assumes that, as in a game, that the goal is to win by eventually go all the way.
If we say home base = fourth base, that's 4 4 − 3 = 5, the subtraction because he was receiving instead of giving.