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I guess they fell in love. If he loves someone else he shouldn't be forced to stay with you. You'll get over him, this way is for the best.

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Actually 17, more likely than not, the half-wit thought her boobies were bigger than his ex's. Men think with their little head sometimes I swear.

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@21 What's your point really - do you think women make better relationship choices than men? In this case, how come she ended up dating a "half-wit"?

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Yay for domestic violence. Would you think it's ok if your bf beats you up in case you break up with him?

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Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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Dammit 18! That comment was almost perfect, if you had said, 'or create them it does' you would have received 5 stars!

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I'm sure her desease could only be cured with sex. There's a lot of new viruses these days, who knows what could happen?

if he's willing to do stuff like that, you didn't want a relationship with him any way. I hope he didn't cause too much heartache.

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...stuff like abandoning a relationship to immediately pursue *another* relationship. Stuff like *as good as cheating within context*, as in: what's to stop someone who broke up a relationship to get into another one from doing it *again and again*? Stuff like morally-ambiguous, convenient excuses to put oneself ahead of whoever they 'love' this time. Within context of post, stuff like that.

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Why is it a bad thing that he broke up with her after meeting someone? Maybe the bf and the patient were more compatible than op and him. There must have been something there, typically people in relationships for that long don't jump ship that fast unless something big draws them away.

So you'd rather have had him stay with you regardless of any feelings he might've had for this other girl? After three years, he probably left for a good reason rather than just being fickle. However, if he is that fickle, he's not worth it anyway.

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So she shouldn't be upset about it then? I'm not saying you're wrong or don't have a valid point, but come on... The op can still be bummed about it.

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I'm not saying she can't be "bummed out" about it, I just don't think it's a big of a deal as the OP seems to be making it into (maybe I just read the FML with a different emphasis). And kinda trying to make her see the upside rather than just the bad.

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Yes, that's true, but it wasn't the point I was trying to make. Like I said, I think that it might've just been the way I read the FML.

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