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Old 07-06-2010, 07:04 PM
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This is intriuging. I started off as that guy cheating on his wife - looking for the occasional fling because I wasn't getting what I needed/wanted at home.
I ended up accidentally falling in love with the last "fling" last fall (right, like you can ever plan on falling for someone ).

So, now I'm reading this post about guys using poly as an excuse to do exactly what I was doing (without the excuse), and it makes me angry. And I'm not too sure why yet... but that sort of emotional response, or more accurately the reason for it, intrigues me.

It sounds vaguely hypocritical to me. Then again, even though I don't have permission from Mohegan to sleep with gf, I still haven't felt the need to cheat since everything came out and we started fixing problems, so maybe I'm changing a bit....
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