Most people like to believe that in love, there's 'The One' out there for them. But what about 'The Second' or 'The Third'? But can we deal with multiple long-term relationships? And can't we get some dinner while we're talking about it? The Hong Kong Philosophy Cafe thinks we can (discuss it over dinner), which is why it is hosting a special dinner discussion tomorrow on the topic: 'Are multi-spouse partnerships desirable?' Hong Kong Baptist University philosophy professor, Steven Palmquist, who will be giving an introduction at the dinner, told CitySeen he thinks they should be legalised. 'Very few people desire the complexity of being faithfully committed to more than one life-long partner,' he said. 'But some do. And I see nothing wrong with such an arrangement, provided all parties agree and provided males and females are given equal rights.' He thinks, however, that most people would probably not prefer 'polyfidelity'. 'Most people desire either the simplicity of monogamy or the excitement of promiscuity.' The dinner discussion will take place from 7:30pm at Step Bar & Restaurant in Stanley Street, Central. The only thing you'll have to pay for will be your food and drinks, but you'll need to make a reservation. Contact Professor Palmquist at firstname.lastname@example.org to do so, or, for further information.