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.
Great, now I'm just dating one person like a commoner.
I like it better this way and that’s why I’m not sorry about keeping a roster of men lined up.
I have a better chance of finding a long-term partner.
Sometimes it is just plain hard to choose what to do for date night. You may be lost and wondering what to do for date night, but thanks to Carisa, from Messes to Memories, you’ll be figuring it out on the absolute cutest printables ever!
With sex out of the equation, I can focus on getting to know these guys for who they truly are without getting hypnotized by what they can offer me behind closed doors. Just because I don’t feel a romantic connection with a guy doesn’t mean he’s banished from my life forever.
Seeing a bevy of men means I can end things without cutting them off for good, and in some cases, I’ve even stayed friends with a few of the guys I went out with.
Even if I double up on something, I can just pretend my phone sent the text twice. Great, now I've met another person who knows I'm dating this person and I have to spend my dates with other people looking for that person like they're a spy who could cause my undoing.
OK, I think I'm just gonna copy/paste text all three of them as much as possible. 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.
Multi-dating has made it much easier for me to drop the men who are wrong for me without living with the inherent fear of being alone.