Double DipA couple of years back I met this young woman. I was 46, she was 25. We met via a friend and ended up spending a lot of time getting to know one another over skype and online... then we decided to meet. She came to visit for a weekend and we met, had a few drinks then spend the entire weekend doing the consenting adult thing in bed, with pauses for food etc.
It was exhiliarating! I was rejuvenated and we spent most of our free time together from then on. Mostly weekends, but often time during the week. I wasn't working due to health issues and she was only working sporadically (often doing some adult modelling too)
A few months into our relationship, she confessed to me in one coitally-induced haze of passion that she missed having a girlfriend and would I mind if we found a girl to join us?
Some of you might imagine that wasn't a difficult request to agree to and you'd be right. Within a month we'd found a girl who was looking for a couple and hey presto. New girl was 19, tall blonde and we both fell for her in a big way.
For some months we were in much bliss. For many weeks my biggest issue was keeping up. It wasn't that it was difficult but both were rapacious in their desires and it sometimes took it's toll on my stamina and occasionally my knees ;-)
Sadly the gloss began to wear on our triad. We rapidly found ourselves outgrowing our new girl, or perhaps it was the other way around. Once we got over the fact we were all having blindingly wonderful sex, the Girl2 and us had very little in common an was keen to explore things that Girl1 and I were simply not keen on. Plus... once we got the night out the way, sadly there wasn't much in common with Girl2.
It didn't take long to say goodbye amically to Girl2 - and we remain in contact even now, albeit sporadically.
Girl1 and I then built even stronger bonds. We realised actually we were better as a couple and decided to remain like that, maybe only involving other girls on a more casual basis.
Sadly there's not much of a happy ending to this - I had a crash in my health that made me barely able to function for a while and she found that very difficult and, almost inevitalby, I wasn't able to support her in that. So we crumbled and it happened quickly and with much angst.
When it did fall apart it was relatively quick - but we still communicate and look back on those times fondly - but we've moved on and that relationship has run its course.
But the memories will remain with me forever.