i know we're getting close to Valentines day.  I'm aware of how "unmanly" it might sound, but who and how do I ask the right girl.  And by the right girl, I'm talking about the right girl to try and have sex with.  Where should we go? what should we do?

girl 1: I got a girl I been talking to for about 3 weeks now.  She comes over about 2-3 times a week to come over late at night.  Thing is, we talk pretty much everyday, and we barely had our first dinner the other night. 

girl 2:  The other girl is pretty banging, and sounds like she's into me.  she says "i deserve a girl like her" which I do not know how to read.  She talks about hanging out all the time and so on, but we have in reality only seen each other about twice. 

Which girl do you guys suggest i go with? and further more, outside of valentines, what suggestions you guys have for me on dealing with these girls.  Things i should say or do to see if she really wants to be around me.  relationship or sex wise. 

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Is it really manly to get a girl out with the sole purpose of sleeping with her NSA? I question the true manliness of that. I guess if she wants NSA sex too it mitigates the sleeziness of it. But there is still a case to be made for chastity...Chastity is a virtue. My two cents.

Are you a virgin?

If you don't already have a steady girlfriend why on Earth would you want to go out on a date on Valentines day? You have the rest of your life to suffer through such crap. Be thankful you don't have to put up with crowded restaurants on a particular day just because some advertisers say you are supposed to.

Doesn't sound very romantic, looking for a warm body to fit your plans.  My hope is you meet someone you care about and take her out, whatever holiday it is or isn't.

Date them both but not on Valentines day.  The day has turned in to a marketing frenzy.  

I don't see anything that implies exclusivity with either of these girls. Do a lunch date with 2, then give her the D. Do a dinner date with girl 1, then give her the D. There's no way this could possibly go wrong.


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