During an appearance on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” on the 22nd of May, Andrew Garfield revealed that the night he got his very first kiss, he took advantage of his newfound confidence and began running around kissing other girls. Garfield admitted to the host that his “first proper French kiss” wasn’t very conventional.
According to the “Spiderman” star, he was at a school only for boys until he was 12-years-old, around the same time that “the hormone monster’s” reign began.
At the age of 13, he went to a school for boys and girls, and it was there where it all started. Garfield described the scenario at that age, one characterized by “raging hormones” and the lack of a framework on how to interact with the opposite sex.
However, Garfield said one of the girls, Dora, changed all of their lives. When the audience began laughing, he revealed it was far more “innocent than that.”
According to the actor, one night, Dora threw a party for all of the kids, and it was like the “scene from Braveheart,” where the Scottish and English charged at each other, except it was teenagers getting ready to make out rather than soldiers getting ready to fight.
That night, the actor “kissed 30 girls.” And he’s not bragging either; it was more like a “mass sexual awakening.” And while one would consider it to be awkward, he’s still good friends with some of those people today.
The actor said whenever he’s out having drinks with some of his old friends, someone will bring up “Dora’s party,” and they all have a good laugh for old time’s sake.
As you may know, Garfield has talked about his sexuality before. During a chat with Out magazine back in February, he said he identifies as a straight person but is “open to the impulses which may arise.”