Two great guys...now what?!
Posted Fri Nov 12, 2010 12:51 PM
Posted Fri Nov 12, 2010 01:25 PM
I am trying to think how i would feel if i was either of the guys...
At teh same time you do not want to turn GUY TWO AWAY b/c you tell him you already made plans to go to a xmas party...
Oh wait, here is the solution ~ Just tell them you are in to BUkkake and you are ready to go to the XMAS BUKKAKE PARTY (just kidding)
I do not think it would be that big of deal for you to tell the "guy 2" that you already had plans for an xmas party...
However if you really like the guy you met in person already(guy 2) well... it is tough... cause guy 2 is about 10 yrs younger, not that such cant work out, it is just that maybe there is more to say about agae difference for serious longer term relations.... i guess it depends on what you are seeking on some levels.
This post has been edited by delish: Fri Nov 12, 2010 01:26 PM
Posted Fri Nov 12, 2010 02:37 PM
Maybe he didn't take you home because he wasn't going home- maybe he was going to a buddies house. maybe he has a girlfriend. Maybe he had to get up early the next morning. Maybe he lives with his Mom.
All kinds of things that could be the case.
Sounds like you're trying to be really nice- but at the same time- you're not committed to either of these guys.
Going out on a couple dates with guy #2....... and still talking to guy #1 and going to the xmas party would not be a big deal. I don't feel like that is playing anyone. It's dating.
Maybe you go to the Xmas party with guy #1 and realize your heart just is not into him..... you have more of a connection with guy #2. Maybe the chemistry you have felt talking online will carry over to in person..... and guy #1 will turn into a long term deal.
Maybe you could set up a time to meet guy #1 before this xmas party deal- to find out if its a legit thing or not..... before you get too actively involved with guy #2.
Whatever you do....... I think you should feel both situations out and have fun with it!
Posted Fri Nov 12, 2010 07:32 PM
I was dating two other girls when I met my wife. If I closed myself off I would have not met the girl of my dreams.
It's not guy 1 or guys 2 business who else you date. Dating is not inheritanly exclusive, relationships are.
I think you'll rock either guys world, so date them both and the better man for you will eventually become clear.
Have a great weekend!
Posted Mon Nov 22, 2010 01:01 PM
But I have spent more time with guy #2 since he lives closer and we are in contact daily and have gone out a couple more times and still haven't met guy #1 so I'm not sure if it's headed into a full on relationship with guy #2 but there has been stuff said and actions made that lead me to believe it may be. So we'll see
Posted Sun Jan 09, 2011 01:26 PM
Maybe I'm too rude though to ask you that, Sorry in that case!
Posted Sun Jan 09, 2011 07:56 PM
Posted Sun Jan 09, 2011 08:27 PM
Posted Mon Jan 10, 2011 02:58 AM
Posted Mon Jan 10, 2011 11:22 AM
Yes I think it's worth it to see more than one guy at a time, I didn't go out planning it to happen that way and I don't think I would of if I had met guy #1 first off, but since I hadn't met him in person yet I didn't feel as bad seeing #2 for that while. I just hate feeling like I'm putting all my time and effort into one guy only to have it fall apart (which has happened before in the last year), so I guess getting to know a couple is just wise time management lol.