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By Anonymous / Saturday 18 December 2010 23:10 / United States
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Yano #1 since you posted on the other comment im just going to not feel so bad about hijacking your post, but seriously, a girl stands up a guy on their date to go work out. Comments are like "Well you wouldn't want a fat girl friend would you" Ect ect. Now a guy wants to take a break and the comments are just "Break it off omg" I swear... girls keep going on about equality but my fucking god. Either way, this is the last post im ever making at 1:30am o/

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Basically im continuing my argument from the fml Today, I was stood up on a date. Her excuse? "I had to work out." FML But now its 2am so that's all im saying tonight.

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agree with #21 even tho I didn't see the other fml . Girls think it's ok to stand guys up at dates just because their guys . But when guys say they need a break as well , they over-react and start find lots of reasons to say the guys are deliberately avoiding something , like op . So much for equality between genders .

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@ 21 I'd say there's a pretty big difference between standing up someone you barely know on a date and doing this to a girlfriend of 1yr. Obviously standing up someone on a date to work-out is selfish, but now he knows that she's not worth the time. An immature boyfriend who wants to leave his girlfriend alone for all the holidays is obviously just as selfish. I really shouldn't have to spell it out for you but either he wants an excuse to not buy her gifts or he's cheating on her. There's 2 sides to each story, but it sounds like this guy is an asshole and perhaps not worth her time. Anyway, my point is unfortunately you find selfish, inconsiderate people of both genders. Simply because some girl on a completely different FML stood up some guy, does not make his actions more acceptable.

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Yeah...this guy does not want to just "take a break" that conveniently falls over the holidays and a birthday. Best case scenario: he's broke, can't afford gifts and is too embarrassed to say that. It's understandable, but I'd rather have a boyfriend/girlfriend who felt comfortable enough to tell me that, not take a break and leave me hanging out by myself for Christmas, New Years, and my birthday. That's just low! Hence, it's a sign. This guy needs to be dumped. And for the record, a girl who ditches a guy to go the gym is a b*tch and she's not worth a second chance.

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Didn't we read an FML the other day that said something to the effect of "I'm thinking about breaking up with my girlfriend so that I don't have to buy her a Christmas present"? Perhaps this is the same couple.

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Girl: I really like this movie. Guy: Yeah, it's good. We need a break. Girl: What??! Guy: Um, I didn't mean to say that! But since I already said it, oh well. Girl: But... Guy: Get out.

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