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By Anonymous - / Saturday 10 November 2012 02:09 / Canada - Toronto
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  shayshayshazam  |  14

You're a moron.

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  shayshayshazam  |  14

No hahaha. I just think a sideways comment isn't enough to go to marriage counseling for!

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  speckledots  |  29

I doubt it was just a "side ways" comment. His mood and actions show other wise. If it was a joke or sarcasm he wouldn't be hiding from her or slumping around. You should think some more before throwing ill thought insults around.

By  raycj  |  1

Do you look like shrek?

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  asherm  |  15

Like the woman's diary/ mans diary: hers: "he's so distant, I asked if he loved me, he barely looked at me and kept driving...."etc. His: "dear diary, motorcycle won't start, can't figure out why"

By  bimonthly  |  4

That's probably the first thing that came to your mind cause you had a feeling that was it... I'm sure you're not too shocked.

By  lukemack  |  4

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  dohdohdoh  |  13

Seriously. Suggestion seconded. Either that or that super sex that leaves you unable to walk.

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49 It's legal for me to have sex where I am. If I'm in a committed relationship and use protection I don't see the problem. But to reply to the 3 no, no blowjob in that situation. Sex is not normally the solution to ever problem a couple may have.

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  Neonemerld  |  19

49, where in her comment did she say she was having sex? Whether or not she is having sex is unimportant right how, because your comment was just uncalled for. I agree whole-heartedly with her. Just because some sex-crazed men think sex will solve any and all problems doesn't make it true. If my fiancé is upset, I sit with him and talk, not pull off his pants.

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  accioshannon  |  17

I'm a virgin, but if someone pissed me off I obviously wouldn't want to have sex with them! Sex isn't an answer to life's problems, as much as some people make it out to be.

By  Curiousmaknae  |  5

Sometimes the truth hurts worse than anything, but at least you know now! Sorry that happened, OP!

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  4everblackjack  |  10

Oh maknae Taemin! I'm seeing more kpop on the FML site. ^-^ I'm thinking that's not the real reason he might have wanted some space? Patience and communication can go a long way OP, don't take what he said seriously :)

By  MeLuvBewbs  |  7

You kinda got yourself into that. Sorry OP

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  accioshannon  |  17

Yes, obviously! She got herself into being shut down by her husband by trying to make a joke to ease some tension. She walked right into that one, completely. Phew, thank God someone has common sense. Seriously though, that sucks OP. If the relationship keeps going downhill, don't keep trying to run something that's dead.

By  AngelicTide  |  11

I would have ask if we(they) needed counseling. Don't give easy outs by giving him a reason. Let him man up and say it himself. But as soon as you start to move on he'll be running back.

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  Neonemerld  |  19

I'm sorry, but how many serious relationships have you had? The "best thing" isn't to let them "sulk in their own corner". You could always, you know, Talk to them? Try to comfort them? Even just sit beside them and let them know they're not alone. Actions speak louder than words, but complacency screams at the top of its lungs. And not in a good way, either.

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  saksxalmo  |  20

That's great, #57, as long as you're an extrovert. Introverts need their space sometimes. It has nothing to do with relationship experience, it's just common sense.

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  Lionesse  |  15

I agree #74. There are some people you have to leave alone when they are in a bad mood. Being suffocating and asking them how they are feeling etc etc can sometimes make things worse (I would know). #57 is just making baseless assumptions on my relationship experiences so I don't listen to advice from people who assume (;

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