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By initforthewrongreasons - / Thursday 18 May 2017 02:00 /
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By  RichardPencil  |  22

That's pretty insensitive of you. You get their hopes up, and just inquire about their pets. That's cruel. If you cared for their pets so much, you would have stayed with the asshole person for their sake. This is why most marriages last as long as they do.

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By  RichardPencil  |  22

That's pretty insensitive of you. You get their hopes up, and just inquire about their pets. That's cruel. If you cared for their pets so much, you would have stayed with the asshole person for their sake. This is why most marriages last as long as they do.

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  sweetbliss3  |  32

why not? if it's not working out hopefully she would be smart enough to get out of it and move on. if I know something isn't working out there's no way in hell I'm staying and being miserable.

By  HalfLit  |  17

I let my ex have our dog after she threatened to have me evicted if I didn't give him to her. She then abandoned him to the shelter instead of giving him back to me. her mom told me this, so I immediately went and got him. That was 4 years ago. I still have the dog, and my crazy ex still texts me and asks me about him, and I always roll my eyes and make fun of her desperation to my friends. You're only making yourself look dumb. Let it go.

By  GhostFox  |  33

You ever considered that you might be aromantic, if you are more interested in the platonic companionship of pets than the romantic companionship of humans? Might not be the case, but it's worth a thought. (And you can be aromantic without be asexual, so being sexually attracted doesn't rule out being aro.)

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