September 3, 2008

Lesson 3 of 5

Posted in Personal at 7:00 pm by sonofthed

Today’s lesson is also about love. Kind of.

Today you will learn how to manage multiple girlfriends. This is not something that I recommend, encourage, endorse, or condone. But this is information that will help you do it. Also, it’s not an exhaustive essay. I’m no expert.

First. If at all possible, keep them in different states. This makes things easier for obvious reasons. The less likely they are to encounter each other, the better.

Secondly, you have to decide early whether you want them to know of each other at all. If you want to keep them completely in the dark of each others existence it’s going to take a good deal of work. My suggestion is that you make them aware of each other and just keep them from coming in contact. Just make sure they know of each other as platonic acquaintances of yours.

Now. The balancing act. You want to make sure you’re giving each of the ladies equal attention. If you start leaning too heavily in one direction, the other one will notice. Believe me. If you want to play with it a little, it’s do-able. Lean a little in one direction for one week, and the next week , it’s Girl B’s turn. Just keep a decent balance or you’re asking for trouble. You don’t want to keep a main girl and a sidepiece. Both women are gonna be full-time jobs if you wanna do this right.

Also, if you post something online, keep it general. Both girls are going to think they’re the most special thing in the world to you. So they’re automatically going to think that it’s about them. Don’t fuck that up. Just keep it general. “She means the world to me.” “She’s everything I need.” “I couldn’t live without her.” You get the picture. Pronouns baby.

I could go on but I don’t want to come across as some sort of player. So I’ll leave it at that. If you can manage those, learn the rest on your own. Class dismissed.

2 Comments »

  1. ely said,

    Ha.

  2. Lisa said,

    wow


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