posted on Oct, 6 2011 @ 03:09 PM
reply to post by Nosred
See if they'd be up for a threesome?
Seriously though, assuming this isn't your first balancing act...
First off, this really isn't fair to either gal, but if you're going to do it..at least don't lead them on to thinking this is going to be more
than it is...i.e. you don't one thinking you could be "the one"...that's just cruel....
Are you trying to date two women in the same area? If so, yeah, you were bound to get caught eventually. All it takes is the wrong person seeing you
with the other, and you're busted.
Do you have plausible and non-suspicious alibis for not being available (like work, etc.)? If not, then yeah, suspicion will do you in easily
Do you keep both gals away from your home? If not, you're bound to leave evidence for one of them to find.
Do the crime, and do the time...you know all this already. You're just ticked you got busted...
Personally, I only know the above from knowing cheaters. I don't believe in it myself, at least not for any long amount of time. I've often been the
"other guy", but always with the goal of them breaking up and us being together in a very short time (i.e. like a month tops). If they stuck with
their man later than that, then I moved on.
And that's only because these days, couples often live together, so it may take a month to untangle those ties, etc.