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By reserved / Monday 22 October 2012 09:01 / United States - Paso Robles
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Am I the only one ego thought maybe he was trying to trick her and had really planned in proposing. By far not the best laid plans, but like all FML's we never get the whole story, and well never know if that was the case.

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  2tonekid  |  6

Actually there was a story on yahoo news awhile back where the guy faked his death and proposed when the now fiancee was viewing the "body"... I'm sure that was heartbreaking at first

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  kyleekay  |  25

38- That is terrible! What happened to making proposals cute or fun? I'm not sure how I would've responded if my husband proposed to me right after making me think the love of my life was dead. I'm sure sometime in the distant future it might make for a funny story, but in the moment, that is emotionally scarring.

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  Quiet_one  |  22

38- I remember reading about that, and my only thought was that if a guy tried to propose to me like that I'd dump his ass right there. I appreciate a good prank, but faking your death is going too far- it's not a harmless joke anymore if it causes emotional trauma. I just can't believe he got so many people to go along with it. And back on topic, the OP should just stand him up and let him have his dinner without her. If he's said he wants to break up then as far as you're concerned you are not obligated to do anything else for him, because you're not dating him anymore. If he complains, remind him that he's the one who wanted to break up and you're just respecting his wishes.

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  wildsweetchild  |  19

29-that's what I immediately thought of too...some people have a wicked addiction to pranks...and some pals have their wicked ways of making things special..he might be the one who belongs to both of those clubs. OP, I'd say go, have a dinner...see what is coming...if it turns even worse you can always leave...

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  silvercamaro  |  21

I don't think she's planning on going now anyway, she probably either a: stormed off crying or b: sarcastically said sure and then yelled and or kicked him in the nuts

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  Welshite  |  39

Exactly my point. She was looking forward to the dinner and her (ex)-boyfriend was too insensitive to wait until after their anniversary to break up with her.

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  Church_Vii  |  4

Well, no. Simply because the relationship is over, it doesn't mean they can't have a dinner as friends. Sometimes these things just don't work out. While he worded it poorly, if he had used an alternative phrasing, I'm sure he wouldn't be viewed as badly.

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  freshberries22  |  17

Exactly, nothing hurts a person more than spending their money. So op I suggest you find the most expensive thing on the menu and conveniently take a bathroom break when the check arrives. Sorry about the break up though.

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  kyleekay  |  25

30- Why did you put excused in quotation marks...? I think you meant to put toilet in quoatations. If she excused herself from the table, there would be no trick in that; however if she said she was going to the "toilet" and then left, she would be acting sneaky.

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  rosesong2494  |  3

I love your picture :) But on a serious note, I've never understood the concept of break-up sex. What's the point? I don't think I'd be able to focus on having a good time if I knew what was coming after.. I think OP should just refuse to show up.

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