I'd want 3, ex gf that I stupidly broke up with, ex fiancee that broke up with me(still in loe with both), nd a lady that I'm talking to now. Good thing is all 3 are bi
I'd have three husbands if I could. One huge and blond, one dark and sexy, and one who's just a nice guy. Men always want to go do weird boy stuff that's boring so I'd always have someone to entertain me. And when I got tired of doing hotties 1 and 2 I could hang out with nice guy and have a buddy. See, girls can say that stuff too;)
Yay, someone thought it was funny, lol!
A man and women...best of both worlds!
I'm poly, so yeah, I would.
being poly is interesting
I never considered it, until I fell in love with my SIL.
When I was overseas, where it is legal, that question came up. I like their policy. Only if you could support them both equally. (And of course handle the complexities of 2 women. ;^})
Interesting thought.............I would consider it under the right circumstances.
I can't seem to make a relationship work with one person. I'd never be able to manage two.
no.. i am not sure i will ever agree to marry one person.. and maintaining one relationship is enough of a challenge for me..
That already happens. Name of it is on tip of tongue.. where one guy has many wives
ahh.. yes.. ty
Look up bigamy laws. It's illegal, man. Not always enforced, but illegal. At least if you live in the states. I can't speak for any country other than my own.
Never said I agree with it... but it still happens
If the laws allowed it then let a JP or a Priest do it
We work/look better in pairs
Yes, I sure would. I am a married wife and mom and a surrogate and love being pregnant by many other men for the explicit purpose of giving hope and very lovely children to childless couples regardless of race. I am currently very pregnant with twins for a wonderful black couple.
HELL NO !~
Never, dedication and commitment to 1!
Absolutely, yet i would choose to pour all into 1!
That's sick <br />
I was in a relationship with a woman who also had another boyfriend. It worked for us.
There was a time in my life where I was truly in love with two women at the same time, and they in love with me, yet tolerate of each other. They each knew of the other, but I could not convince them to join me together, but that was alI right. I could have seen myself married to both of them. Society's rules (both legal and cultural) made the relationship impossible to continue over a long term, but it was great while it lasted. Another time I had a girlfriend who had another boyfriend. That went on for a couple of years. (Actually, the woman in that relationship was also one of the women in my previous relationship.)