Threesome Relationships....

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Draco69
Can they work? If not, why not? If so, why? Which variations of threesomes are morely likely to work than others? (ex. Male/Male/Female ; Male/Male/Male ; Female/Female/Male ; Female/Female/Female)

Is it morally or ethical wrong? If so, why? If not, why not?

Discuss. And for god's sake discuss this rationally and without political allegiances. roll eyes (sarcastic)

Fire
no it can't, jealousy is inevitable stick out tongue

soleran30
tell that to Hugh Heffnersmile

Alpha Centauri
Hahaha, that's true.

Though to be honest I wouldn't say his relationship/s work. He doesn't truly love those girls in my opinion. I can't say for sure, I don't know the man.

-AC

Tha C-Master
Isn't there one he's closer to than the rest?

soleran30
yes indeed, he only sleeps with her one on one the other girls are just toys that get to play with Hugh and his main squeezesmile He must pop Viagra like Vitamin Csmile

Draco69
Hugh ****ing Heffner...my thread just died in three posts. That's gotta be a record.

Bun Bun
Yes i do think it can work. You just gotta try make sure no one gets jealous. I had one for a while but distance got int he way.

botankus
Originally posted by Draco69
Hugh ****ing Heffner...my thread just died in three posts. That's gotta be a record.
Draco, does your sig have anything to do with this thread subject title?

Draco69
Originally posted by botankus
Draco, does your sig have anything to do with this thread subject title?

No! Yes, I just realized the irony of my sig..but no.

Capt_Fantastic
There are some instances where they do work. My boyfriend and I both get invitations to be the third person in an "open relationship". Your average "open relationship" refers to two people, in a relationship, who are allowed to fool around outside the relationship. However, there are some couples who like to "play" together. Meaning that they only have third party relations while in each others presence.

It works for some, not for others. I have been the third party in an "open relationship", but it wouldn't work for me. When I participated, I was single.

I couldn't deal with it situation, while inside a relationship.

But, to answer the question, yes...it can work for some people. I've seen it.

Storm
Making any relationship work requires a dedication of time and effort, openness and communication, and there are never any guarantees. Every relationship will have some stumbling blocks, but I believe threesome relationships will have a few extra challenges.
But perhaps with an open mind and some rules that feel comfortable, those involved can develop a long-term situation that works for everyone.

PVS
i think its simple human nature to pair off, leaving the odd man/woman out.
in the long run i think any three way relationship is doomed.

Tha C-Master
I think jealousy spells the doom, especially when it gets more involved...

fini
It cant work, two of the three will become really close and the other person will just become a third wheel.

debbiejo
If you think there's problems with 2 people....WOW, just imagine the complex problems with 3, if in a serious relationship, or threesome thingie....I'm sure many people would do this just for fun, but not for a long haul...can't imagine it working.

Ladyluck
It would never work. I'm sure it would be great at first, but someone is bound to get jealous. Eventually someone would end up just being the third wheel because they won't get as much affection as the other person and it'll get all complicated. It just wouldn't work.

soleran30
just keep that extra person as an emergency sex partner yeah know like break glass in emergency then just take them out to eat every once in awhile BAM no problemsmile

whobdamandog
Originally posted by Capt_Fantastic
There are some instances where they do work. My boyfriend and I both get invitations to be the third person in an "open relationship". Your average "open relationship" refers to two people, in a relationship, who are allowed to fool around outside the relationship. However, there are some couples who like to "play" together. Meaning that they only have third party relations while in each others presence.

It works for some, not for others. I have been the third party in an "open relationship", but it wouldn't work for me. When I participated, I was single.

I couldn't deal with it situation, while inside a relationship.

But, to answer the question, yes...it can work for some people. I've seen it.

Did you guys form a train?

laughing laughing

Fin

DanieLs_4_Ever
Originally posted by Draco69
Can they work? If not, why not? If so, why? Which variations of threesomes are morely likely to work than others? (ex. Male/Male/Female ; Male/Male/Male ; Female/Female/Male ; Female/Female/Female)

Is it morally or ethical wrong? If so, why? If not, why not?

Discuss. And for god's sake discuss this rationally and without political allegiances. roll eyes (sarcastic)
It's not the fact of if they can work out or not, it's the fact that it's pretty disgusting. It's one guy for one girl, vice versa, one girl for one girl, or one guy for one guy; the way I see it.

FistOfThe North
It can work. You'd have to be smart and have a plan in case you get caught. You must have an exit strategy before you enter a 3some relationship. The chicks must not know eachother at all, except on rare occasions like mine where although i currently hook up with my x's bestfriend and I still hook up with my ex. They not talking at all again, like forever over something dumb. I took advantage of the situation. And had an exit strategy. I told my ex's now former best friend that if my ex ever finds out we hook up she'll pay the price as well by being revealed as a man stealer and all the stigma and rep that comes with stealing a guy from a chick you know especially I you knew her well. She has more to lose than I do. And if my ex does find out she cannot get mad because we're not a couple. Im not her boyfriend on purpose. 2's better than one. I've been doing fine the past 2yrs cause my plans foolproof. And again if by the severly odd chance that i get caught, I'll be the least impacted. Ill walk away unscathed. You have to be one careful and smart mofo. Make sure the other's name's not ever, ever mentioned in the other's presence. Ever. Other than that, it can work fellas. It's super fun. But I guess the more risk you take the better the returns, right?

Draco69
That's....not....really....a threesome relationship. That's more of a "back-stabbing mother, cheatin' on my ass with another woman" relationship.

Victor Von Doom
Originally posted by Alpha Centauri
Hahaha, that's true.

Though to be honest I wouldn't say his relationship/s work. He doesn't truly love those girls in my opinion. I can't say for sure, I don't know the man.

-AC

HAHAHA.

Hugh, your relationships don't work, as they aren't founded on a solid basis of reciprocated love and mutual understanding.

Possibly the funniest post of all time.

Victor Von Doom
I don't know if three girls could work, but I'd like to carry out some investigations into that.

debbiejo
Originally posted by FistOfThe North
It can work. You'd have to be smart and have a plan in case you get caught. You must have an exit strategy before you enter a 3some relationship. The chicks must not know eachother at all, except on rare occasions like mine where although i currently hook up with my x's bestfriend and I still hook up with my ex. They not talking at all again, like forever over something dumb. I took advantage of the situation. And had an exit strategy. I told my ex's now former best friend that if my ex ever finds out we hook up she'll pay the price as well by being revealed as a man stealer and all the stigma and rep that comes with stealing a guy from a chick you know especially I you knew her well. She has more to lose than I do. And if my ex does find out she cannot get mad because we're not a couple. Im not her boyfriend on purpose. 2's better than one. I've been doing fine the past 2yrs cause my plans foolproof. And again if by the severly odd chance that i get caught, I'll be the least impacted. Ill walk away unscathed. You have to be one careful and smart mofo. Make sure the other's name's not ever, ever mentioned in the other's presence. Ever. Other than that, it can work fellas. It's super fun. But I guess the more risk you take the better the returns, right? Aren't you the one in another thread that stated all you want is sex sex sex in that order?.Hmmmm

Atlantis001
I don´t think it will work ! People tend to want the other person just for themselves, they don´t like to share ! The only thing I think that can make the idea of this type of relationship interesting for people, it is the sex they would have, and relationships based on sex never last long.

FistOfThe North
Originally posted by debbiejo
Aren't you the one in another thread that stated all you want is sex sex sex in that order?.Hmmmm

Yea, I said that, and? Your Point?

Why do you think I'm in that 3some. For the caring and nurturing feelings of comfort of dreamy love I get from the two cause I just adore just the closeness of it all?

Lolol, please....

It's all about the sex, sex, sex..what else is there

Atlantis001
Originally posted by FistOfThe North
It's all about the sex, sex, sex..what else is there

I agree... Thats the reason of why many relationships exist, not just threesome.

Capt_Fantastic
Originally posted by whobdamandog
Did you guys form a train?

laughing laughing

Fin


sometimes, yeah.

DanieLs_4_Ever
Originally posted by FistOfThe North
Yea, I said that, and? Your Point?

Why do you think I'm in that 3some. For the caring and nurturing feelings of comfort of dreamy love I get from the two cause I just adore just the closeness of it all?

Lolol, please....

It's all about the sex, sex, sex..what else is there
Yeah because you have no life. Lame!

soleran30
Hugh doesn't need to feel love, he can bank roll someone else to feel that 4 him.........now seriously what a low life.......keeping 3 girls to himself.......... smart bunny

FistOfThe North
Originally posted by DanieLs_4_Ever
Yeah because you have no life. Lame!

I have no life because I choose to be with both girls instead of one. I cause all I want from a woman is sex makes me lame?

I'll assume you're a guy since you have a guys name, so thats not what's in question. What is, is your S. orientation.

MC Mike
The way I see it, I'd rather have a one on one relationship based on trust and love - F*ck if anyone believes me but I don't even care if I get sex. But whatever floats your boat, I have no right to judge other people wrongly.

FistOfThe North
Originally posted by MC Mike
The way I see it, I'd rather have a one on one relationship based on trust and love - F*ck if anyone believes me but I don't even care if I get sex. But whatever floats your boat, I have no right to judge other people wrongly.

Really, you won't care. wow.

wow,

I couldn't do it. Like just sit there and not care about sex. But hey, you're right. What ever floats your boat.

Victor Von Doom
Originally posted by FistOfThe North
I have no life because I choose to be with both girls instead of one. I cause all I want from a woman is sex makes me lame?

I'll assume you're a guy since you have a guys name, so thats not what's in question. What is, is your S. orientation.

It's not a guy, it's someone that chooses to define themselves by relation to an arbitrary male human.

Eis
I think it'd work... sexually. But I really don't think you can love two people equally. That is of course if Draco69 means that everyone loves everyone in the relationship.
But, if Draco means just like a sexual thing, it'd work, yeah.

debbiejo
I think you could love to people, but the other 2 people won't love eachother for very long......

Eis
Originally posted by debbiejo
I think you could love to people, but the other 2 people won't love eachother for very long......

I don't you'll always prefer someone over the other.

debbiejo
Originally posted by Capt_Fantastic
sometimes, yeah. Don't make my mind go there... laughing out loud laughing out loud I'm a very visual person.........

DaCanadianMoose
I've had a few Three way relationships, but I can never get them to last more than a night or so.... erm

DanieLs_4_Ever
Originally posted by FistOfThe North
I have no life because I choose to be with both girls instead of one. I cause all I want from a woman is sex makes me lame?

I'll assume you're a guy since you have a guys name, so thats not what's in question. What is, is your S. orientation.
Must not even have a 6th grade education either roll eyes (sarcastic)

FistOfThe North
Originally posted by DanieLs_4_Ever
Must not even have a 6th grade education either roll eyes (sarcastic)

lol really? Why are you so upset with me?



I seen you for the first time ever like 2 days ago the past 4, 5 posts have been nothing but insults to me on your part and I always just laugh back at you but now it's more a curious laugh..

Please reply, lol

laughing

Ebeem
So almost two weeks ago a 2-some turned into a 3-some as the 'old' bf re-entered a relationship that I started with this girl. It's MMF. So far there's been pretty good communication between all of us, both myself and the other guy have discussed basically that we understand when the other is working or has other commitments that we understand the other will be having sex regardless. The female companion is totally ok with the arrangement (obviously, and she recognizes that she's luck to have found 2 guts willing to at least try this out). There ate definitely moments of jealousy between the two of us guys, but we also talk about how we're feeling about what's happening. All 3 of us became friends individually before the three-way relationship began and I think that's helped in that we all know that we can basically trust each other when we need to talk, but there are times when, for example one of us guys has more time off then the other and jealousy sets in, but I think if we can continue to talk as we have been, things could continue to work. What I've noticed is that as long as the two of us guys are able to discuss whatever is troubling us at the moment, things actually go alright. It's when communication between us guys breaks down that the three if us have difficulties. Also the female partner struggles in dealing with both of us being jealous at times. In talking with friends none think that it'll last, but we're all progressive thinkers and are all working to try and make this work. The biggest issue is at times the two of us males do feel like we are competing for attention. That's where each of us have work to do in acknowledging that we each get attention at different times.

Esau Cairn
Originally posted by Ebeem
So almost two weeks ago a 2-some turned into a 3-some as the 'old' bf re-entered a relationship that I started with this girl. It's MMF. So far there's been pretty good communication between all of us, both myself and the other guy have discussed basically that we understand when the other is working or has other commitments that we understand the other will be having sex regardless. The female companion is totally ok with the arrangement (obviously, and she recognizes that she's luck to have found 2 guts willing to at least try this out). There ate definitely moments of jealousy between the two of us guys, but we also talk about how we're feeling about what's happening. All 3 of us became friends individually before the three-way relationship began and I think that's helped in that we all know that we can basically trust each other when we need to talk, but there are times when, for example one of us guys has more time off then the other and jealousy sets in, but I think if we can continue to talk as we have been, things could continue to work. What I've noticed is that as long as the two of us guys are able to discuss whatever is troubling us at the moment, things actually go alright. It's when communication between us guys breaks down that the three if us have difficulties. Also the female partner struggles in dealing with both of us being jealous at times. In talking with friends none think that it'll last, but we're all progressive thinkers and are all working to try and make this work. The biggest issue is at times the two of us males do feel like we are competing for attention. That's where each of us have work to do in acknowledging that we each get attention at different times.

You seem to be more pre-occupied with what the other guy thinks & feels....

I bet in a couple of days time, you'll be posting, "So she finally caught on & left & now I'm in a gay relationship with the other guy all to myself..." wink

dadudemon
Originally posted by Esau Cairn
You seem to be more pre-occupied with what the other guy thinks & feels....

I bet in a couple of days time, you'll be posting, "So she finally caught on & left & now I'm in a gay relationship with the other guy all to myself..." wink

lol WTF?

Breakin' balls, much?


I think their relationship would work if they had another gal in the picture. If they had a more complex relationship where there were four individuals involved, there would be less problems.

NemeBro
I would only be willing to be in a threesome relationship if the third party was like, my lover's sibling or something.

Robtard
Originally posted by NemeBro
I would only be willing to be in a threesome relationship if the third party was like, my lover's sibling or something.

http://static.fjcdn.com/comments/3554039+_ed6bda462a546ac9a4e5e9248f96fa75.jpg

NemeBro
Originally posted by Robtard
http://static.fjcdn.com/comments/3554039+_ed6bda462a546ac9a4e5e9248f96fa75.jpg Didn't work ****er.

Bat Dude
They don't work because, from what I can see, they're against nature.

One can only have intercourse with one person at any given time (and I'm not talking about forms of sodomy, I mean legitimate intercourse) so as far as I can see, God intended for us to be with one person, not multiple people.

That's the way I see it.

Robtard
"Legitimate intercourse", hahahahahaahhahaaaahhhhhhhhhahaahhahahahahahha.

Shakyamunison
Originally posted by Bat Dude
They don't work because, from what I can see, they're against nature.

One can only have intercourse with one person at any given time (and I'm not talking about forms of sodomy, I mean legitimate intercourse) so as far as I can see, God intended for us to be with one person, not multiple people.

That's the way I see it.

Then why do women have two organisms?

Symmetric Chaos
Originally posted by Shakyamunison
Then why do women have two organisms?

What?

NemeBro
Originally posted by Shakyamunison
Then why do women have two organisms? You either typoed or organisms doesn't mean what I thought it did.

Shakyamunison
Originally posted by Symmetric Chaos
What?

laughing Poor man..

Robtard
Originally posted by Symmetric Chaos
What?

I think he made a typo and meant "orgasms"

Shakyamunison
Originally posted by Robtard
I think he made a typo and meant "orgasms"

Yes, that is what I meant (damn spellcheckers), but it was funny, so I didn't correct it. laughing out loud

Robtard
Originally posted by Shakyamunison
Yes, that is what I meant (damn spellcheckers), but it was funny, so I didn't correct it. laughing out loud

Only two, bro?

Shakyamunison
Originally posted by Robtard
Only two, bro?

Well, that is the most I have ever seen in person. However, I have been told that there can be more.

Esau Cairn
Whilst not in the same context as a threesome, I have two friends who have both married Japanese women.

Once both women became pregnant, they expected their husbands would take on mistresses on the side.

Obviously neither women liked the idea but it seemed to be a custom in Japanese marriages to "turn a blind eye."

dadudemon
Originally posted by Shakyamunison
Then why do women have two organisms?


http://arch.413chan.net/interdasting-%28n1300738882035%29.jpg

rudester
They dont really work because people are different and its harder to control three peoples actions rather then a two people... I've tried it, one always wonders off, you can't make someone stay and if they are willing to get into a threesome then they are willing to be promiscuous!
It's always a battle of war, one always try to make the person choose between you and the other person.. humans weren't ment to be in threes, but in twos...

marwash22
outside of Mormons, i've never heard of a single successful polyamorous relationship.

Omega Vision
Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone DeBouviar had a good thing going.

Symmetric Chaos
Originally posted by Omega Vision
Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone DeBouviar had a good thing going.

It takes three to trois.

Omega Vision
Originally posted by Symmetric Chaos
It takes three to trois.
And in their case sometimes Quatre or Cinq.

xclusiveyachts
One can not maintain relation one and one than how can threesome. Its just not possible. I can not imagine it and can not think about it.

nevvermind
i dont usually post on boards but i wanted to weigh in on this topic from a little experience..

I think it CAN work and i think the best formula is male male female- where the two males have been long time best friends. No offense to girls (and feel free to correct me if i'm wrong) but they can tend to go through 'best friends' like they go through toilet paper...but when two guys are best friends they never get all dramatic and the bond lasts for ages. Plus they dont get as jealous.

My best friend and i have virtually the same taste in girls, so that's important too. When i met my future wife my bff was head over heels for her as well, and when she and i were engaged she admitted that she really liked him too. With me not being jealous at all of my bff and interested in where things could go, we had a couple of threesome encounters and it went awesome-everyone involved LOVED it.

My wife and i wanted to ask him to move in with us so that the two of them could pursue a deeper relationship and possibly fall in love with each other. Unfortunately he was in the military at the time and he was then getting shipped off for a while. We decided to hold off....but while he was gone he got lonely, met a girl, got her pregnant and decided to marry the girl.

After a while i told my bff that my wife was falling for him and he was really bummed. He loves his wife and their child of course, but my wife was both of our dream girl. He told me that he wished he knew because he would have been more patient knowing that my wife was waiting for him.

The three of us know it would have been awesome and long lasting. Lesson learned: sieze the day. Seriously.

REXXXX
There are situations where it can be successful. I do not think I would want to pursue a fully-blown romantic relationship along these lines, but a flingy thing would be intriguing to try. And I don't mean a one-off incident but a casual relationship.

shiv
Temorary threesomes: Can be cool.

Threesome relationships, with Kids or the Potential to have Children: Crazy

REXXXX
I'll agree with that.

StyleTime
When you say "crazy", do you mean "it can't work"?

Or do you mean "I, personally, don't think I could deal with that in a long term context"?

Lord Lucien
He means you'd have to be f*cking nutz to want it.

StyleTime
Why?


or were you joking?

Lord Lucien
I think if you have to ask why, then you're also nucking futz.

NemeBro
Originally posted by NemeBro
I would only be willing to be in a threesome relationship if the third party was like, my lover's sibling or something. Hahaha.

I still stand by this though. estahuh

StyleTime
Originally posted by Lord Lucien
I think if you have to ask why, then you're also nucking futz.
That is usually what people say when they can't justify their response. (or you're joking and I missed it again)

Is it nuts because it's not the commonly accepted relationship set up in our society or...like do you believe it's impossible for one to work? Or something else entirely?
Originally posted by NemeBro
Hahaha.

I still stand by this though. estahuh
Yeah, that's cool. I was just hoping someone could explain the "crazy" part.

Lord Lucien
Originally posted by StyleTime
That is usually what people say when they can't justify their response. (or you're joking and I missed it again)

Is it nuts because it's not the commonly accepted relationship set up in our society or...like do you believe it's impossible for one to work? Or something else entirely?

Yeah, that's cool. I was just hoping someone could explain the "crazy" part. Three people engaged in a sexual and emotional relationship (MMF or FFM) trying to have/raise children. With two people it can be tough enough, but three!? In the same house. And which are the real parents. Will parent A favour their kid with parent B (kid's name is AB) over parent C's kid with B (named CB)? Or vice versa? Who owns what? Scheduling! Parent-child relationship clusterf*ck. OMG... fights. Parent A and B side against parent C. Parent C leaves in a huff taking CB with them. Parent B is more distraught than parent A leading AB to develop images of parent A as favorable for attention, while parent B is viewed as unfairly caring toward CB--who meanwhile misses parent B and begins to resent C for leaving.


And that's just one fight. Imagine family dinners at the holidays.

NemeBro
That's why when there's kids, the other woman/man in the house is the kid's aunt/uncle, you sick ****.

Lord Lucien
You never let an uncle stay around your kids that long. Uncles like kids in laps.

REXXXX
Yeah I definitely wouldn't want to engage in a relationship of that sort if kids were involved. And romantically I don't think I'd function very well either.

Like I said, casual and friendly arrangement wouldn't be bad.

StyleTime
Originally posted by Lord Lucien
Three people engaged in a sexual and emotional relationship (MMF or FFM) trying to have/raise children. With two people it can be tough enough, but three!? In the same house. And which are the real parents. Will parent A favour their kid with parent B (kid's name is AB) over parent C's kid with B (named CB)? Or vice versa? Who owns what? Scheduling! Parent-child relationship clusterf*ck. OMG... fights. Parent A and B side against parent C. Parent C leaves in a huff taking CB with them. Parent B is more distraught than parent A leading AB to develop images of parent A as favorable for attention, while parent B is viewed as unfairly caring toward CB--who meanwhile misses parent B and begins to resent C for leaving.


And that's just one fight. Imagine family dinners at the holidays.
Like I said before, it sounds like you're saying "I don't understand how this works, so they must be crazy."

Sentiment like that usually comes from a place of ignorance rather than meaningful scrutiny. A third person could offer unique compromises not available to "normal" couples too. In the absence of data or actual polyamorous people, we're just making up scenarios to fit our imagined realities. The other things you mentioned tend to be settled by discussion(scheduling).

It's just problematic to look at an unfamiliar group of people and say "They must be crazy." This leads to harmful statements like..."bisexuals are promiscuous."

P.S. I'm not associating bisexuality with polyamory. It was just the first stereotype to occur to me......so get off my back ya foos. uhuh

Super P.S. I'm not trying to sound like a jackass btw. Just trying to get people to think about what they say.
Originally posted by REXXXX
Yeah I definitely wouldn't want to engage in a relationship of that sort if kids were involved. And romantically I don't think I'd function very well either.

Like I said, casual and friendly arrangement wouldn't be bad.
Just to elaborate, I totally support your personal choice. I'm just saying that making assumptions about an unfamiliar group is.....yeah.

Lord Lucien
Originally posted by StyleTime
Like I said before, it sounds like you're saying "I don't understand how this works, so they must be crazy."

Sentiment like that usually comes from a place of ignorance rather than meaningful scrutiny. A third person could offer unique compromises not available to "normal" couples too. In the absence of data or actual polyamorous people, we're just making up scenarios to fit our imagined realities. The other things you mentioned tend to be settled by discussion(scheduling).

It's just problematic to look at an unfamiliar group of people and say "They must be crazy." This leads to harmful statements like..."bisexuals are promiscuous."

P.S. I'm not associating bisexuality with polyamory. It was just the first stereotype to occur to me......so get off my back ya foos. uhuh

Super P.S. I'm not trying to sound like a jackass btw. Just trying to get people to think about what they say.

Just to elaborate, I totally support your personal choice. I'm just saying that making assumptions about an unfamiliar group is.....yeah. Wow... you really took that way too seriously.

StyleTime
I...I asked if you were joking. cry

Astner
I can understand having a threesome, but a polygamous relationship? I have one girlfriend and that's stressful enough, and the reason I'm together with her is because I love her.

Lord Lucien
Originally posted by Astner
I can understand having a threesome, but a polygamous relationship? I have one girlfriend and that's stressful enough, and the reason I'm together with her is because I love her. Are... are you joking?

Astner
Originally posted by Lord Lucien
Are... are you joking?
No.

Lord Lucien
Then why is it stressful?

Astner
Originally posted by Lord Lucien
Then why is it stressful?
Because when she comes over—she lives and studies in the capital 400 km away—there are a lot of things she want to do. Go to the beach, town, etc.

Great example: I can't open up Photoshop and start drawing when she's here, because then she gets bored.

Lord Lucien
So it'd be exacerbated with another?

Astner
Originally posted by Lord Lucien
So it'd be exacerbated with another?
There are both pros and cons to relationships. I just don't think the pros stack—unlike the cons—in a polygamous relationship. Once again, we're not talking about a regular threesome.

Lord Lucien
Do you get it yet, StyleTime?

StyleTime
I've said multiple times I take no issue with someone's personal unwillingness to engage in such relationships.

You, unfortunately, don't seem to understand the difference between that and making assumptions about people you don't understand.

Lord Lucien
Actually I'm just a pissant who gets off on your misreadings.

StyleTime
Do.... do you want to fight?

Lord Lucien
Naked mudwrestle? I'm super good at that.

Ascendancy
Originally posted by Lord Lucien
Naked mudwrestle? I'm super good at that.

Careful: that could lead to a threesome.

Lord Lucien
That's fine. Just don't 'spect me to stick around and look after anyone.

TheBigManRevo
a relationship is only for two but some bitches doesn't know how to count

P.S. this applies for sex too

the ninjak
I would never share my partner with anyone.

And I've had plenty of friends who decided to start "threesome" relationships with other friends and it always turned out badly.

Colossus-Big C
Originally posted by Draco69
Can they work? If not, why not? If so, why? Which variations of threesomes are morely likely to work than others? (ex. Male/Male/Female ; Male/Male/Male ; Female/Female/Male ; Female/Female/Female)

Is it morally or ethical wrong? If so, why? If not, why not?

Discuss. And for god's sake discuss this rationally and without political allegiances. roll eyes (sarcastic) no expression

The F^ck?



Anyways
Male Female Female for me

Omega Vision
Originally posted by Colossus-Big C
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The F^ck?



Anyways
Male Female Female for me
Lol, more homophobia.

NemeBro
Originally posted by Colossus-Big C
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The F^ck?



Anyways
Male Female Female for me That you felt it necessary to voice your disgust/incredulousness of that (And then follow it up with the male/female/female thing), as if in some way to shout "Hey! Have I mentioned how heterosexual I am today!?" only supports the accusations others have made of your sexual confusion.

You know of what I speak.

Robtard
It's well documented and known in KMC that Colossus-Big C is a self-hating-homosexual. It's both sad and funny to see.

Digi
My new gf is legit bi, and she already brought up my potential willingness to have a 3-way (w/two girls). I didn't realize it was Christmas, I thought it was still October.

Robtard
You lucky ****, you.

Newjak
Originally posted by Digi
My new gf is legit bi, and she already brought up my potential willingness to have a 3-way (w/two girls). I didn't realize it was Christmas, I thought it was still October. no expression


Nice!!!

Lord Lucien
Originally posted by NemeBro
That you felt it necessary to voice your disgust/incredulousness of that (And then follow it up with the male/female/female thing), as if in some way to shout "Hey! Have I mentioned how heterosexual I am today!?" only supports the accusations others have made of your sexual confusion.

You know of what I speak. A great eye... lidless... wreathed in flame.




Gonorrhea of the *******.

Robtard
Originally posted by Newjak
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Nice!!!
Yeah, "legit Bi"; not one of those posers that *giggles* and kisses girls at a bar and pretends to be Bi to make guys swoon.

StyleTime
Barsexual.

Robtard
Originally posted by StyleTime
Barsexual.

I like what you're selling.

Colossus-Big C
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Digi
Originally posted by Robtard
You lucky ****, you.
Originally posted by Newjak
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Nice!!!

Yeah. She's generous in bed, she cooks for me, and we've had the 3-way talk.

...I've been dating her for less than a month.

It's inexplicably good times. I'm keeping her for a while.

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