Here you are, time flying by, and you haven't been able to choose.
I'll come to those crossroads and everything will make sense.”Yet, without even realizing it, you may suddenly find yourself getting serious about both guys.
Great, now I have to find multiple destinations in completely different neighborhoods so I don't accidentally overlap and then have to have an awkward exchange in the middle of the street. I kind of like one of them, I do, but I also currently like boning multiple randos more. Making sure one hookup isn't leaving things at your place that another hookup could find later.
Plus, isn't it better that I'm not committing to someone I'm not sure about than to commit too soon and still reminisce about rando boning? Aww, this love note you left on my pillow in the morning is completely cute but now I have to hide it in an old grocery bag I'll shove in my closet so the person I have coming over in an hour doesn't get offended by something they technically don't have any right to be offended by because it's only our third date. It is one thing for me to be dating multiple people, but I am supposed to be the most incredible person you have ever met, so much so that you cannot even fathom ever dating anyone else again as long as you live!
I'll know when my heart tells me which one of these guys is the right one.
One may have the best butt; the other may have an impressive beard. When you're seeing two guys at the same time, they're rarely similar.
I liked the simplicity of one." And Esther admits: "I subscribe to Romantic Ideology.
I want the Perfect Guy..one slightly imperfect guy. There isn't just one who has been able to satisfy me." Several songs describe this phenomenon; another example is the following: "I've got two lovers and I ain't ashamed, Two lovers, and I love them both the same" (Mary Wells).
Esther, a widow who was a great advocate of Romantic Ideology, confesses: "In the seven-plus years that I have been dating since the death of my husband, I have never been seeing just one person." Also Iris, who was married to the father of her children for fifteen years, loved two people at the same time: "I got involved with another man while I was still living with my husband. My husband even supported it for a while and the three of us lived together—to see if we could make it work. The situation feels hopeless until, suddenly, you're on a great first date, and that turns into a second. But you keep your options open; you commit to a date with someone else … This hardly seems fair to you — and to the two men you're seeing. You've spent so much time being a single girl — only to be dealt two different aces at once. When you're on a date with one person but thinking about another person. This guy has superior abs and is a better listener most of the time. Even if I double up on something, I can just pretend my phone sent the text twice. What if their roommate/friend you met sees you on a date with someone else? When you tell a story a bunch of times because you can't remember which one you already told it to. OK, I think I'm just gonna copy/paste text all three of them as much as possible. Especially when I'm seeing other people besides you in a romantic context, which I am absolutely doing right now. When you tell someone you just want to keep it casual for now and they think that just means you don't want to get married and have kids within the year. Rest in peace, that one time I dated like a baller.