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By anonymous / Sunday 26 May 2013 12:23 / Australia
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By  grashopper8  |  7

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By  grashopper8  |  7

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  Steffi  |  25

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  bybib  |  20

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  syki  |  22

Depends on what she meant. "My feet are cold" refers to her lower extremities at only that moment. If she was making a random observation, whether or not it included right that second, "I have cold feet" makes a lot of sense.

To be honest, I use the latter when I'm trying to mooch body heat off of people for my hands. Like, "Oh, it's just a fact of life that I have perpetually freezing fingers, you should probably do something about them." :3

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  omg36  |  7

Anyway she said it would've sounded like she was nervous about the wedding. I mean, in dead thoughtful silence the night before her wedding she says "I have cold feet" you'd be crazy to not assume she meant she was worried.

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  bamagrl410  |  31

I would've said "my feet are cold" because saying "I have cold feet" for any reason that close to a wedding is a terrible idea. I'm guessing they don't communicate very well if she didn't realize this until the night before the wedding though.

By  Foto_1  |  12

Well, I have cold hands.

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It wasn't going to come up until she made that comment. Her fiancé was obviously keeping the fact hidden since this happened the night before their wedding. It most likely wouldn't have been said. I do agree that it is a good thing though because they can evaluate their relationship with interests for both partners.

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I agree with Hannah. If the guy was doubting the marriage in the first place, then getting actually married wouldn't help the issue. Divorces are common for a reason. It was good it got out in the open before the "I do's".

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  Jaxx66  |  21

in case you didnt know, it would be annoying to post the same comment to evert post that stated YDI for her sentance structure. Not to mention, this comment works perfectly well as a stand-alone.

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