I'm not particularly into any of these 2 guys, I've talked to them and we (I and each of them) get along quite well, I want to see whom I like more. I'm not thinking like I have the right to choose between them but I mean, just to see who I want to be in a relationship with, so I decided to see both of them at the same time. I feel normal but will you guys feel bad if you know that the girl whom you asked out is seeing another one as well?
- That's fineVote A
- No, don't do that (please tell me why and what should I do?)Vote B
One I met online and the other one I met on the way to work. They both asked me out and I just want to talk more with them and make my decision. Absolutely my relationships with them are not sexually and emotionally involved!
That's why I used the word "see" instead of "date".
Most Helpful Guy
It seem that now days terminology means different things. I grew up knowing dating to mean going out on dates to get to know a person. There is no exclusivity in that. On here I see it meaning hooking up. "I go out with him, but we are not dating") If it was exclusive it was "going steady" meaning just the one person. So just dating is not meaning being exclusive.
As long as the guys know that you are dating others, then you are not cheating or giving a false impression.1
Most Helpful Girl
It's fine for a short time but at some point you will need to decide if one of these guys is someone you want to move further with and if so, stop seeing the other one even if you haven't had the tall yet with the one you want to continue with. Of it goes on for months with both I think that's a pretty good sign you're not that into either one so why continue seeing them at all?1