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Emily Blunt’s Awkward First Kiss Story Will Probably Make You Feel Better About Your Own

“I was just horrified by the whole thing.”

Emily Blunt‘s first kiss was a movie moment — if you count horror movies, that is!


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The Quiet Place actor recently reflected on her “horror show” of a first kiss and it’ll definitely make you cringe.


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“It was awful. His name is Ashley Clarke,” Emily said, casually calling out the man on Jimmy Kimmel Live.


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She continued, “It was my 13th birthday and we played spin the bottle. There were, like, 18 kids in the dining room, and I put up a sign on the door saying, ‘Don’t come in, Mom!'”


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Emily says that she spun the bottle and it obviously landed on Ashley and she thought, “Oh my God, this is it!”


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Unfortunately, she wasn’t super familiar with the concept of French kissing and wasn’t prepared for what was about to happen.

“Now, I had heard about the concept of French kissing but I thought: ‘Why would that be pleasurable or nice?’ And it wasn’t. It was not at all,” Emily revealed.


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“I was just horrified by the whole thing. I just remember surreptitiously wiping my mouth afterwards. It was horrible,” Emily admitted.


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She noted that Ashley’s use of tongue was a little over the top and definitely not “delicate.”

While Emily hasn’t kept in touch with Ashley, she did say she felt a little bad for calling him out on TV.


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No word from Ashley yet but fingers crossed we get to hear his side of the story someday!

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