Its not an issue of her response, its whether or not it was handled tactfully. Id rather not ruin what I already have, Im perfectly happy with what I have I just want to make sure that she is as well or at least willing to discuss such with me. Im happily married, Id rather not blow that up because Im an idiot; perfectly reasonable thing to be worried about.
Im starting to think that maybe thumbing through a thesaurus and approaching things about compersion and her obsession with watching me get off might be a good avenue.
Right. Comes up every now and then. This ranges from light jokes to full on serious discussions. Basically everything most to do with it in whatever aspect whenever it tends to come up. From teasing
>"Haha, well you arent allowed to just pick out a new dishwasher with benefits, I get a say."
To more thought out serious discussions
>"I think the best way to set up a house like that would be have everyone under one rough, that way things are consistent and clear. Having a man hop from house to house isnt fair to the kids or his wives."
Its like a weird subject that we keep coming back to, like truecrime nuts constantly wanting to discuss cannibalism; we just end up talking about it fairly often in almost every context and besides discussing ways that it could be done wrong, theres never really a negative connotation. one of our more indepth conversations basically going over how everything would need to be done or structured overall; such as how the kids would need to be brought up, sleeping arrangements, employment, and even how date nights would theoretically work. More recently I was told in a fairly serious manner when the subject came up again
>"Well if we do that, I get to choose who they'll be. Okay?"
This is a definite part that leads me here but also leaves me to wonder if this is nebulous random discussion or not. We often discuss various odd stuff at length, but not so much or as often as setting up a household where Id have at least two wives or more.
Dunno, never bothered for her to clarify. Guess I could ask her this time around as it'll likely come up again.
>failure of hers
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