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By Jackie - / Friday 18 September 2009 01:36 / United States
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By  kellster  |  2

I'm so sorry. If he can't handle knowing that about you, then I bet there's a lot of other stuff that life will throw his way that he also won't be able to handle. I'm sorry it took this long to find out that he was this useless. Hopefully you'll find someone later on who can handle being with a real person who's had some bad experiences as well as the ones that are easy for everyone to process.

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  No_Heart  |  0

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  Intoxicunt  |  5

Haha. Somehow I kind of doubt that since each user is given one vote. I find it hard to believe very many people on here know her and voted accordingly. Maybe she is a bitch. Innocent until proven guilty, though. Besides, in my opinion, you'd have to be the world's worst cunt with no redeeming values to deserve that. I honestly can't think of anyone I know personally who would.

By  No_Heart  |  0

I do not know this guy and am not going to say anything bad about him based just on this.

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  Quest_  |  13

I think that's a really shitty thing to say. Your comment adds absolutely nothing to the thread, except to illustrate you as a self-righteous little douche. I don't understand how you can hear that the OP finally found the courage to open up to the man she loved about a childhood trauma, then rejected with the underlying implication that she probably wanted it anyway. "Based just on this", I think it's safe to say "anything bad" about him. I'd probably think he was a misogynistic dick even if the OP had revealed to him that she had, perhaps, had consensual sex before dating him. But the fact that he rejected her for abuse, just places him beyond any possibly derogatory description.

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  tiancai  |  0

Yeah I don't get why everyone thinks of the fiancé as such a bad guy. I understand that what happened to the OP wasn't her fault, but.. it wasn't her fiancé's fault either, so there's no reason why he should be forced to accept "damaged goods".

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