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By  MeLikeBigBoom  |  8

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By  zero91  |  4

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To add, maybe he needed to get ahold of his mom because it would be easier for her to help financially. Also, calling your fiancé is common curtesy. He probably knew that she would answer, help him get his mom, and also to let her know he wasn't going to be there on time and where he was.

By  Keevarou  |  16

The good news is that he can call you when he have trouble, and he seems like a decent enough guy since you assumed that he called to say he were waiting outside ^^ But I am kinda curious of why he was arrested though.. But I hope that do not crack your relationship or something, everyone can do something wrong at timea

By  Enslaved  |  36

If the OP is clocking out and thinking her fiancé is outside waiting, that probably means he's her ride. He called to inform her he won't be picking her up. :P And why not have her call his mom? Maybe his mother would be able to help more in that type of situation.

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  hannaaaahr  |  33

Hahahahahahaha, seriously? OP should be nice for her fiancé because he got arrested for something? Sure, she could show some sympathy or something, but your first thought being; 'be nice or he might cry', seems a bit stupid. He's a grown man, who got himself in jail, if OP wants to get mad at him for getting himself into this situation, she has all the right to.

By  RodGD  |  6

Don't get too upset, these things happen. However, if this is not the first time he's gotten arrested I'd think real hard about why I was with a person with multiple arrests.

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  spaboolly  |  26

33- For your own sake, please grow up and join the real world before you have to learn those lessons the hard way from a horrible, abusive partner that you stay with because you "love" him.

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  Schiffy  |  18

Pay no mind to comment #16, it refers to leaving work at the end of your shift. The term comes from when many jobs still used time-cards, and the terms "clocking in" and "clocking out" were used to describe the process of stamping said cad at the beginning and end of the day.

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