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Old 05-01-2011, 07:09 PM
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Well, I understand a unicorn to be the stereotypical "hot bi babe," and considered a mythical creature because she would have to fall in love with the male and female in an already established couple -- and that would be difficult to find. Hence the term "unicorn," right? It wouldn't be all that difficult to find a single guy who wanted to be involved with two women, so if that is what jesuspants is looking for, he would hardly be called a unicorn. Such a desire would not be much of a rarity!

However, all we know is that jesuspants is male and looking for a relationship with two other people. We don't know his orientation, and whether he's looking for two straight women to service him, two bi women to be with each other and him, or two gay men, or a male-female couple. If we did, it might help us in offering feedback.
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