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By Anonymous - / Friday 14 November 2014 22:36 / United Kingdom
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  illusong  |  16

I agree, just cause she googled it doesn't mean 100% that she's cheating on you. It is a possibility but there are other possibilities like It might be for a friend or she might just be web surfing and some how got on that page.

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  JayGatsby  |  25

I feel like this needs a follow up, because I am curious to know why OP is looking at his girlfriend's search history. This however does not excuse her for cheating, if she did in fact cheat on OP.

By  Im2Shy  |  16

Talk to her. Just because she Googled it doesn't mean she actually cheated. She could be trying to help a friend that is in that situation. "One of your girlfriends" how many do you have?

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  Zomg_Okay  |  26

"One of my girlfriend's recent searches". Note how the meaning of the sentence completely changes when you don't cut half of it off. Also note that it's "girlfriend's" not "girlfriends". It isn't plural, it's referring to a search done by the girlfriend.

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  neonmoon  |  5

I think he meant one of her google researches

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  MeanBeagle  |  22

it actually would have been " girlfriends' " s then apostrophe to show its a plural possessive.

By  HoobidibooFox  |  6

I had something similar OP, my boyfriend (now ex) had googled "How to break up with my bipolar girlfriend", it turned out that it was from a while ago and he didn't even remember searching it. I'd ask her about it if I were you.

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  britt1033  |  4

not everyone rememberes everything they search on Google. especially if it was a while ago. but the great thing these days is called computer history and you can see exactly when they did it :)

By  SideOfTheAngels  |  23

Talk to her first. It sucks to find something like that, but if you're lucky it could have been one of her friends...? It's unlikely but hey, who knows? Either way, that sucks. FYL.

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