But being so politely planned out — limiting yourself to one guy per weekend or even per day — could cause you to lose momentum.So go ahead and pack your PDA with appointments as tightly as you can swing it.From the Luke Wilson look-alike at last night's bash to your hottie neighbor who inspires naughty thoughts to the hunky trainer at the gym, guys are coming out of the woodwork to ask you out. "The more men you date, the better your odds of finding your perfect match," confirms Jodie Gould, coauthor of Date Like a Man.For some reason, you can't seem to find it in your heart to turn any of them down. Dating a slew of studs simultaneously does wonders for your ego, your social life and (duh! The ideal setup, she says, is to have "a pair and a spare," meaning you should keep at least three Romeos in rotation at once.
Jasmine, 31, found that keeping her cool — and her sense of humor — allowed her to get through an awkward other-woman moment.For example, if you're going to get a gang together to tailgate at this weekend's football game, ask both guys you're drooling over to come. *Names have been changed Juggling Rule 2: Be Discreet..Honest You may have bolted out of Rob's bed in order to meet Jason for brunch and then run home just in time to go to a movie with Dave..they don't need to know that!Or throw a dinner party and include two of your pursuers on the guest list. "Resist volunteering details about who you're dating," advises Josey Vogels, author of Dating: A Survival Guide from the Frontlines.When Geena,* 24, was on a romantic roll, she filled her schedule with as many back-to-back dates as possible."One day, I had lunch with a hot coworker and went dirty dancing that same night with a guy I'd met at my salsa class.
You'll get to play flirty hostess, and no doubt, your suitors will detect a hint of mystery about you. "You'll only make the guy jealous and yourself feel awkward." As long as you don't agree to exclusivity or say you're not seeing anyone else, what you do with your time is your business.