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I have two 'boyfriends', and while it's not something that I am moral challenged by, it's a rather interesting situation.

While I say that I have two 'boyfriends', I place the word in inverted commas becasue the term imples a more developed relationship than I have with either. Certainly both (not knowing of the other, of course) have taken pains to avoid formalising the relationship, and I would not be particuarly suprised if ether were to tire of me and cease calling at any time. I'm leaving the country in a month or two, there would be no point in pursuing relatonships.

I'm certainly not in the category of 'that type of girl' that is so socially depised for having too many lovers, I've certainly spent enough time on my own and am quite content to do so, though moreso at times when the weather is not so condusive to days spent in bed with the window open and a breeze wafting in.

I met these boys within very close proxmity of one another and in a sense they complement one another: one is younger but more wily, clever and outgoing, certainly more charming and socially presentable. The other is older but more childish, somewhat needy and demanding care, academic and fascinating not because of any personal qualities, but by virtue of his fascination with me. I love them both, and the one that I love more is always only determined by which I saw last.

I love them both in such I way that I could pack my bags and leave them both and be content to keep them with me only in fond memories. And I love them both in such a way that if I were to discover that they were keeping other lovers I would be more amused and curious than hurt.

I have twice the reason to wax my legs, twice the reason to get my haircut, twice the reason to go to the gym and twice the reason to put on makeup in the mornings. My only challenge now is to find a way to convice one or the other to shift our nights out to the other side of town!




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