heres the probelm. i have these two gal friends that i really like. i have known them for a while and have even dated both of them in the past. they
are both great, sweet, and caring, and i can see my self with either one for a long time. what should i do? i need help and fast. i need to have this
worked out before i have to leave for basic.
1. Get them both together...and have a 3 some.
2. Go out with both of them and hope to hell the other doesnt find out.
3. Go out with both of them until you find one of them isnt that one for you. Then let her go....
4. Dont take either one of them and find somebody else.
5. Flip a coin.
Ok firstly do they like you and do they both feel how you feel for them? If so talk to thm and see if you can have a Triad (three way relationship)...
couldwork to your advantage... in fact i'd aim for that one and not accept anything less
Man, you might even meet the right one, while you're away, that makes either of these two pale in comparison. In all things, be honest, you don't
have to choose. If you don't want to be tied down say so. Say that you enjoy this persons company but you don't want to be exclusive. Can't go
wrong with honesty. Screw the safety net.
It doesnt matter which one you pick, youll meet the girl of your dreams at the airport and not even realize it. Dont boggle your mind with this
dilemma, because if you do, you wont notice the girl in the terminal. (that is, if you are taking aplane. you can adapt it for train, bus,car,
whatever. you get the drift though)
Scat- It's Cobra Commander from the cartoon G.I. Joe
Ivan- I had this problem once. The thing is, the girls were best friends and lived together. I moved in with them and chaos (the good kind) insued.
Now, if they're not friends, I have no idea what to tell you. But, if they are...
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