Ugh, but it'd be so much easier to schedule one after the other so I don't have to go home in between. Wait, I wonder if he has information I should know about. One of them is having feelings for you and it is not the one you like the most.
Preferably at the same bar so I could just sit there all night motionless like a beached seal. You can't go to your favorite bar on all your dates because the others might see you there. He really is the keeper to my freaky universe and I should probably tip him more. You know you're going to have to have The Talk with them and tell them you're not interested in becoming exclusive, but also they're really good at going down on you and losing that will suuuuuck. You're having feelings for one of them but you're not ready to give up on your cool new sex cult.
I want to talk about multiplicity in your dating life. They think someone who dates several people at once must be a cheater, a commitment-phobe or at a minimum, a liar.
While this may be true of some women who are dating multiple people, I actually believe that there are many good (and, in fact, great) reasons to date several different people when you're single.
“I started casually dating a guy about two months ago. We’re very sexually compatible (haven’t slept together yet but have done everything but), but I’m still not 100 percent sure if there’s anything long-term in our future.