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    So I like two girls at Uni, both are very pretty.

    I feel like inviting them both on seperate dates and making my choice after a couple/few.

    Is that bad? Is it bad that they're on my course?? Should I tell them that I'm dating another girl??
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    Well, you're still a single guy just looking for which one is worth spending your attention on.

    There's no harm in going on a few dates with different people to see who floats your boat.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    So I like two girls at Uni, both are very pretty.
    I feel like inviting them both on seperate dates and making my choice after a couple/few.
    Yeah, go for it

    Is that bad? Is it bad that they're on my course??
    Nah. S'fine.

    Should I tell them that I'm dating another girl??
    Definitely not.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    So I like two girls at Uni, both are very pretty.

    I feel like inviting them both on seperate dates and making my choice after a couple/few.

    Is that bad? Is it bad that they're on my course?? Should I tell them that I'm dating another girl??
    by date do you mean netflix and chill?
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    (Original post by The Diplomat.)
    by date do you mean netflix and chill?
    Nah bowling + drinks
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Nah bowling + drinks
    go for it then, YOLO
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    So I like two girls at Uni, both are very pretty.

    I feel like inviting them both on seperate dates and making my choice after a couple/few.

    Is that bad? Is it bad that they're on my course?? Should I tell them that I'm dating another girl??
    Make an informed choice-date them both, see what you want.

    (Original post by thecatwithnohat)
    Well, you're still a single guy just looking for which one is worth spending your attention on.

    There's no harm in going on a few dates with different people to see who floats your boat.
    Since catwithnohat used a metaphor to say date whoever gave you an erection I will also give my advice in this form;

    There's no harm in going on a few dates with different people to see who can get your purple headed soldier to rise to attention.
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    No, the metaphor was used to say date whoever appealed to him the most.

    why tf would it be purple :erm:

    if that's that's what yours looks like, I'd happily book you an appointment to the GP (free of charge).
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    No, the metaphor was used to say date whoever appealed to him the most.

    why tf would it be purple :erm:

    if that's that's what yours looks like, I'd happily book you an appointment to the GP (free of charge).
    It is an expression like float your boat. I stayed faithful to the phrase.

    Mine doesn't look like that. Mine is flesh coloured. He does have a Japanese eye though which worries me since I have no Japanese heritage in my family. Can you book me an appointment for that?
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    Na it's fine. Dating isn't exclusive


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    (Original post by i<3milkshake)
    It is an expression like float your boat. I stayed faithful to the phrase.

    Mine doesn't look like that. Mine is flesh coloured. He does have a Japanese eye though which worries me since I have no Japanese heritage in my family. Can you book me an appointment for that?
    No mate you can make that booking on your own :afraid:
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    are they both on the same course?? they're gonna find out either way, if you ask them both out then pick one. I guess be discrete or they could both tell you to do one lmao
 
 
 
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