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After having Greg address all of my concerns, I found myself wondering, We got pizza, talked, and ended the night with kissing.
It was one of the most normal (and frankly boring) first dates I’ve ever been on.
We settled into conversation that felt natural and flirtatious, and ended the night with hugs and promises to make plans in the future. A solo date with the husband led to hurt feelings for the wife, despite our agreement that I'd hang out with both of them separately.
In the end, it came down to incompatibility and circumstances, just like every other failed relationship.
I met Greg* through a dating website and we talked online and then on the phone for about a week.
I was very hesitant because I had never tried online dating before, and also because of one more very glaring fact: Greg was in a four-year relationship with Jen*. He was looking for another partner because he and Jen are polyamorous and they often maintain more than one relationship at once. Polyamory wasn’t something I’d ever considered trying.
For the unicorn, there are two people to impress, two people to be impressed by, and three sets of wants, needs, and desires that you have to contend with if you’re going to have an enjoyable, comfortable time.
The couple I met for drinks was also new to three-person dating.