If he fell in love with 2 people at the same time, then he didn't fall in love with the one person that ends up as F1. He fell into some kind of squiggly feeling around his heart, but it wasn't the kind of love that lasts through hardships.Originally Posted by twochicklets;3273561;
Now, although I couldn't fall that hard that quickly for even one guy, there have now been enough people come on to this board with their own personal experiences and those of people they know that I can't just automatically throw out the possibilty and say they are dead wrong.
However, I do not conceivably see how you can "fall in love" with 2 people at the same time. If so, then it isn't really love - it is something else.
He is either toeing the company line with that phrase to make the two simultaneous relationships we see developing seem believable, he makes a poor choice of phrases in order to spare the feelings of the F2 even at this point, or he doesn't know the difference himself.
Maybe he is even rationalizing, and trying to justify within himself how he could have led F2 on like he did so that he doesn't feel so badly with himself for his actions. If he actually did fall in love with her, so he might think, might it be somewhat better when he has to reject her and break her heart for both of them to believe this - to think that and that he didn't just lead her on only to callously dump her?
They didn't used to use the phrase, "fallen in love with 2 people". They said, " I am falling for 2 people" which is not the same, or "I have deep feelings" which is still not the same as "fallen in love" and definitely not in the same category as "I love you" said in a romantic sense and in a romantic setting.
Any way you look at it, it takes away in my opinion from what he feels for his F1. What is she supposed to think?