Sure it's wrong but let's be honest. Most girls do this. They have some guy as a backup plan. There was a survey that said that 50% of women had a backup guy if the relationship didn't work. What I don't understand is that your there. Why are you still there? Your falsely leading him. Imagine if you find this Mr. Right and he did the same thing to you. How would you feel? By the way, I see that your 25 - 29. Your getting close to the hill now and you want to settle down. You sound desperate right now. See boys, girls have the power until their late 20's and then it shifts to us guys when we are in our late 20's early 30's.
Yes, it is wrong to tactlessly, carelessly use someone knowing that you plan on disposing of them sooner or later. If you are sincere in asking whether this is wrong or right then that most likely means your moral compass is completely broken or it doesn't exist. That's what you need to be focused on instead of focusing on which man is in your life. With your value system, it doesn't matter what man is in your life: you will never have the depth it requires to mentally, emotionally, and spiritually satisfy them. Another woman will always outshine you because of what's missing from your heart. So I suggest you stop focusing on men and focus on yourself because it looks like you have some legitimate work to do.
The fact you have to ask this question is disturbing.
YES it's wrong. It's leading him on and supplying false hope. That's called using and taking advantage of someone.
I suppose it would be ok if you will pay for all future dates and provide him with awesome sex multiple times a day, as well as wax his car once a week. At least he gets something out of the deal. Then you can practice all you want on him til Mr Right comes along.
once you ditch him, he'll probably find someone ten times better than you after he's got over it. plus he will have the practice himself, while you partner up with someone equally vain, superficial and shallow who truly deserves you and likewise (you truly deserve him).
Depends on how you're playing him. If you're up front about it and he knows then I see nothing wrong. If you're doing what I assume you're doing which is exactly what you wrote and he hasn't a clue about it then I find it very wrong...
If you didn't like him in he first place, why did you ever go out with him? Out of pity? Besides maybe he is just not attractive to you. And if you are taking this view on what your friends have said, then you tfuely don't know yourself
Do you really have to ask this? How would you feel if someone guy led you on until he found someone better than you?
What a terrible heart you must have. Not only are you lying to him, but you are settling and cheating yourself out of some growth. You don't HAVE to be with someone. Don't you know how to be a happy individual?
What make you think "practice" with this guy will prepare you for someone completely different? That's like saying, "If I practice the piano, it will prepare me for swimming!" The truth is, the guy you are with has a unique way of living that will in no way, prepare you for life with a completely different guy.
I feel sorry for you. Girls like you settle for less, because they can't handle being single. Then you end up in crappy relationships.
What kind of Mr. Right... aka a decent man... is going to want to be with a girl like you who uses people because she's selfishly only thinking about HER needs? You'd make the worst wife ever LOL!!!
Yes, leading a person on is virtually the cruelest thing you can do. Read a few self help books, rub one out, and wait for the right guy. Don't ruin that current boyfriend for the sake of your own selfishness.
I read this and wanted to vomit! This is the reason men don't trust us, dishonest women like you who DGAF! *facepalm* You're embarrassing. I hope you aren't really asking this question and you're actually just a troll:(