Responsible non-monogamy from a kink-friendly, pansexual point of view
OK, feeling silly, so leave a comment with your punchline to this joke:
How many polys does it take to screw in a lightbulb?
At least two, but they have to be very, very small.
I count 10,
Two to find a place with enough rooms for everyone and their lightbulbs.
One to make sure the old lightbulb is unhappy with the way things are figure out how to resolve the issue.
One to go shopping for the household and get the new lightbulb.
Another one to take the first lightbulb back and get the environmentally conscious energy saving bulb so everyone is happy and green.
One to ask the new lightbulb if it is really ready for this commitment.
Three to actually put in the new lightbulb, cause its more fun to do things together.
And one to post about the experience on the LiveJournal Polyamory community and ask others for their happy poly lightbulb experience and advice.
Polys don’t screw in light bulbs. They screw in hot tubs.
Just 1, but it they have to check with all thier partners first to schedule it.
It depends on how big the lightbulb is!
Three, but it’s not all about the screwing!
You can screw lightbulbs also?
There’s always room for one more, if you don’t need any sleep.
Any number, so long as they communicate well.
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