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When it says they learned the hard way I have this strong feeling that OP is the one that started the conversation that way and that this is a major YDI. But I have been wrong before.

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Hmm, I have to say that until I read this comment, I just assumed the same as #22: that it was OP who stated the conversation. But I suppose this could be true...

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My first thought was that this happened to OP. It wouldn't really be an fml if op was the one who started the conversation.

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14, I don't think the gender takes away from the validity of their comment though. Just replace the "he" with "he/she" and the comment still gets the same point across. Not like he was dissing the OP's partner for being male.

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Oops. I didn't see this when I commented on someone elses comment. This is exactly what I thought.

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If OP follows up and it turns out he/she did start the conversation, I won't be surprised if the YDI votes go WAY up.

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I just assumed that Op's boyfriend brought that comment up seeing as OP wasn't happy about it. But now that I've read your comment I guess it could go either way. I'd like to assume that OP wouldn't be so stupid as to start a conversation like that, but that doesn't mean much.

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These ambiguous FMLs lately are really hard to vote on for me. OP could have started the conversation then ended up finding out their significant other did just that, maybe OP said it and it started a fight. Maybe the significant other said it and then admitted to cheating, or maybe the other person said it and it caused a fight. Too many possibilities.

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I don't understand why someone assuming a gender in their comment, when one clearly hasn't been labeled, needs to be corrected. Their point is still the same. It's one thing if they are dissing someone because of their gender, but that wasn't happening here. Let's just add "he/she" when someone makes the mistake of assuming. :)

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