By PinkTornado / Tuesday 17 March 2009 14:20 / Canada
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  nollid7  |  5

I can't believe you, that's really messed up girl, throwing all the time together away.

  enphinitie  |  20

Three weeks is a long time to be ignored by anyone. So she doesn't deserve it. He should have at least come up with a decent alibi for what he was doing that while time =

By  Claeric  |  0

And...you...what? Did you say sorry? Did you apologize? That sounds like something easily explained. You felt abandoned, but you werent, and it should have mostly been okay except for your inability to discuss things before taking action. He's probably happy you broke it off BEFORE he married you and learned you dont know how to communicate, by the way.

By  n1col3  |  0

are you kidding me? he really has no brain.

  sloppyflow  |  1

more to me OP has no brain .Don't marry that guy OP u don't deserve him. this may comes real mean, but how many important date can u have in three weeks? three weeks is a very short period of time and you can't even handle it let alone a life long marriage.


How can you guys be thinking about marriage with a relationship that lacks either that much communication or faith in the relationship. If you're willing to break how can you be ready to say yes?

By  AlexJakubsen1  |  0

what a lame dodge. if he really loved you he wouldnt forgoe spending time with you just because it was perfect for proposal, he would just forgoe proposing until it was perfect.

By  Callyn  |  43

Planning the perfect day does not require you to cancel on your significant other for three weeks. I can see his FML post, but I think he brought it on himself.

By  mac_fml  |  0

excuses! still dump his ass all of a sudden planning to propose doesnt make up for that kind of crap

  LiamColee  |  13

i dont think you understood any of what was said. the reason for the neglect and lose of time together was because of him taking time to plan the day while probably also balancing a full time job

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