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By Anonymous - / Thursday 29 January 2015 00:59 / United States - Ocean Springs
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It seems as if there is a rift between the Grammar Nazis. They are, at least momentarily, splitting between the Spelling and Punctuation battalions. What is yet to come to all of us by-standers?

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55- I think it depends more on the relationship than the time. I know people who were in 2-year-long relationships and weren't too hurt by the breakup. Other people can get close in just a few months and hurt by the breakup.

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You don't know the situation. My ex cried even though he was the one who broke up with me, only because he was moving and didn't want to make a LDR work. Maybe that's the case here, or maybe the sister cheated, or maybe she dumped him unexpectedly. Either way, if he's crying it means he cared about the relationship and that's a good thing.

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#27: So a dude had an emotional reaction to an emotional situation, and you insult him for failing to be rational about it? All he did was cry. Do you not approve of men having or showing emotions? On behalf of men everywhere, fuck you.

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Well, he was sad, sure, but that will be the case in most break-ups, especially if one part wasn't noticing anything wrong. But there wasn't any screaming and shouting, doors slamming or the like, and they weren't in different parts of the room, but close together. I'd call that good terms.

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