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Thursday, December 8, 2011

You might be poly if. . .

You might be poly if. . .


-If you oogle the same people as your partner, and discuss their hotness, you might be poly.
-If you find yourself attracted to random strangers on the train during your commute, you might be poly.
-You might be poly if you get excited when your partner has a date.
-If you use the terms Compersion, NRE, or Frubble in conversation regularly you might be poly.
-If you like talking things to death, then resurrecting them just to talk them to death again, you might be poly.
-If your idea of a shower involves more than one person, you might be poly.
-When invited to events you ask how many of your partners you can bring, you might be poly.
-If you are sick of seeing the same intertwined hearts and parrot pictures on every blog and website you visit, you might be poly.
-If you say things like "I love you, but I also love him/her", you might be poly.
-If you know what a Cuddle Party is, or have ever been to one, you might be poly.
-If you have ever heard the response "Oh, so you are a polygamist!", you might be poly.
-If you have ever been slapped after asking someone on a date then telling them you already have a spouse, you might be poly.
-If you have ever heard the saying "I'm bi-sexual, kinky, horny, and I'm still not sleeping with you!" you might be poly.
-If the number of places at the dinner table varies depending on how many of your partners are coming, you might be poly.
-You might be poly if you keep a calendar to know where you are sleeping each night.
-When your partner tells you they have a date on the same night you had plans with them and you just laugh because you had worried that was a mistake you would make, you might be poly.
-You might be poly if your toothbrush holder doesn't have enough toothbrush slots (or holes).
-If you have ever been told "You just want a harem!", you might be poly.
-You might be poly if your towel-bar isn't big enough to hold all the towels needing to be hung.
-If you have heard the names LovingMore or Franklin Veaux, you might be poly.
-You might be poly if a frequent discussion at dinner is who gets to park in the garage.
-If you change the sheets on your bed more often than you mop the kitchen floor, you might be poly.
-If you buy condoms or lube in bulk, while also buying books on communication, you might be poly.
-You might be poly if you know what the terms Vee hinge, Triad, or Quad mean.
-If a double date with friends means more than 4 people at dinner, you might be poly.
-If someone says "Your boyfriend/girlfriend is cute" and you wonder which one they are talking about, you might be poly.
-If you look at someone, think they are attractive, and wonder if your partner will find them attractive, you might be poly.
-You might be poly if when you get up to use the bathroom in the middle of the night you find a person on both sides of you in bed.
-If you don't have to look outside your immediate family to get help moving, you might be poly.
-If your big couch just isn't big enough a lot of the time, you might be poly.
-If you know for a fact that multiple marriage isn't legal in your state and have explored options such as handfasting or domestic partner contracts, you might be poly.
-If you have ever heard your kids say "My other dad/mom", you might be poly.
-If you know what a Unicorn is, and Unicorn Hunters are, you might be poly.
-If you neighbors ask how many adults actually live in your house, you might be poly.
-If you know what "OKC" is, and spend more time there than on Facebook, you might be poly.
-When buying things that come in pairs if you have to buy more than one pair, you might be poly.
-And if you are reading this, you might be poly!

So what other things do you think might make you poly?



1 comment:

  1. "If you find yourself attracted to random strangers on the train during your commute, you might be poly"

    Or you might just be a freaking human being. Or, wait, no, that's right, monogamous people never, ever find strangers attractive.

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