In my case, my sort of experience was that I started off thinking I was in love with my first serious girlfriend, wanted to marry her, and then it fizzled out when the relationship became an LDR. Then for the second girlfriend, I felt just as strongly, and I had some flings in between those two. After the second one, I was kind of jaded and not really believing much in commitment anymore. Then I met this third one almost by a fluke by spilling my drinks on her like a clumsy goof, and I fell for her madly.With her, it's like it made all the other times in terms of feeling seem like a 2/10 on the scale. For her, it was like 11/10. She made all other women look unattractive to me while I was with her, and we got all the way to being engaged before she broke it off two weeks before our wedding.Then I was jaded again, dating girls and settling for that 2/10 feeling -- just good times, no madness, no desires to commit (and I told girls that upfront, and only dated ones with a similar desire). And I was sure I'd never had that "11/10" sort of feeling again and didn't for a very good period.Then I met my wife and felt that again -- thinking for sure that it was impossible to feel that again. Then I married her. And so there's no curiosity anymore. I found the 11/10 thing and I committed the rest of my life to it. So I see lots of pretty girls or whatever, even flirty ones, and it's like the best I can probably feel there is 2/10 -- and that's hardly worth betraying my wife. Even without the ethics of it, it's like more hassle than it's worth.
And this is why i'll always probably be single. No matter how loyal she may seem on the surface. You never know what bubbling up from underneath. Lol
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but going by this type of question you're asking clearly you're not ready to be in a serious committed relationship and still want to screw around