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By Anonymous - / Friday 5 November 2010 09:19 / Australia
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  rallets  |  22

lmfao #65 but yea, we should lock up our doors and hide our kids, hide our wives, and hide our husbands too cause she rapin' everybody out here

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  TeratoMarty  |  6

Doesn't really matter. The "I LOVE YOU" stalkings turn into "IF I CAN'T HAVE YOU, NO-ONE CAN" as soon as the stalker's deranged fantasies tell her that her beloved is "cheating" on her via looking at other women or daring to have a social life. My ex's ex before me was that way. One day it's "I can't live without you," only to be followed by "You won't live without me," as backed up by a carving knife. Good job getting a restraining order, OP.

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  flighted  |  0

exactly. I had a stalker for an entire year when I was a senior in hs...and he went to the same school as me. it REALLY sucks, ad is terrifying. he thought we were 'meant to be together' and even attempted suicide after my plenty of attempts to get away from him. in the end I never did get that damn restraining order cause the freaking d.a or whatever they're called was retiring that very year and "didnt see anything wrong with it". apparently following me class to class, sending me txt messages morning-morning nonstop, attempting suicide when rejected thousands of times and harassing me is perfectly normal behavior. people who do these kind of things are freaking insane

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  flighted  |  0

it's a little bit more of a problem to just move. if the dude who used to stalked me suddenly appeared next to me in a theatre I would have a heart attack, no lie, and probably wouldn't go back to that theatre for at least a year or more. thank god that hasn't happened

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  ceejster  |  0

if Texas was your home state (as it is mine) you would respect it enough to not say shit like that about her! (Texas, for all ya morons out there)

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