The One Where We Dated a Couple

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“You should meet my husband, I bet you two would really hit it off,” she told me over coffee. We had a budding friendship that began when we kept crossing paths at kinky events. She was curious, if slightly shy, and I appreciated her intelligence. It’s hard to lead a life where your recreational love interests are a secret and separate from most of your friends.

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