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By Anonymous - / Monday 9 October 2017 23:15 /
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By  cacheson  |  38

It does suck, but I feel like I have to say this: 1. If you never told her how you felt, what can you really expect? 2. If you did tell her how you felt and she rejected you, you should seriously try to move on. 3. If for some reason it just never worked out despite feelings and efforts on both sides then maybe it was time for you both to find someone else anyway. 4. Why were you performing the ceremony???

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By  cacheson  |  38

It does suck, but I feel like I have to say this: 1. If you never told her how you felt, what can you really expect? 2. If you did tell her how you felt and she rejected you, you should seriously try to move on. 3. If for some reason it just never worked out despite feelings and efforts on both sides then maybe it was time for you both to find someone else anyway. 4. Why were you performing the ceremony???

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  Glowworm56  |  21

I don't think those lines are usually said in wedding ceremonies anymore. Also, the reasons for why a couple can't be wed have to be legal ones such as one of them is already married or one of them has killed the other's former spouse, not simply because someone is in love with the bride.

By  Lobby_Bee  |  15

Oh wow, can't imagine how shitty you must feel right now. The best thing to do is to never see her again and try to move on. Can't move on if it triggers that part of you whenever you see her.

By  DanielleinDC  |  28

Did you ever tell her you were in love with her? If so, FYL. If not, YDI. Now, she might not have reciprocated, but you would have it out there. And is her now-husband really an asshole or is it that you're jealous of him?

By  Chris_1163187222  |  7

Quit complaining , get over it if it took your more than 20 years to make a move and instead stayed in the friend zone you deserve it

By  CBL88  |  23

To be fair, she isn't obligated to return your feelings of affection, nor are you obligated to perform the ceremony.

By  Seymore Collins  |  4

Sorry but what? You're an adult who could choose not to do the ceremony, but you chose to punish yourself by doing it anyway? Dude... maybe it's time to consult the Bible in how to move on

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