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By Anonymous - / Monday 27 December 2011 08:47 / United States
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By  Vehicle  |  1

YOU HAVE GOT TO BE KIDDING! Haven't you heard the phrase don't leave the one you love for the one you like because the one you like will leave you for the one you love?

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By  purpleamandapand  |  6

as long as you loved her I don't think it was a stupid decision

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  Reyo  |  2

Someone probably should've told you that those cheesy "I don't want *awesome things*! I want YOU!" scenarios never work in real life. Then again...it should be pretty fucking obvious why they never do.

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  lolol_BKYCHO  |  3

That doesn't make any since. Is this some sort of love triangle? Whatever. Don't have kids.

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Mintcar, you seriously need to stop correcting people. When you make a mistake, I will be there to correct YOU. >:D

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  mintcar  |  9

Okai next mistaike I mayke u correkt In all seriousness, if I ever make a spelling mistake I would hope for someone to correct me. isn't that the point?

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  sourgirl101  |  21

Mintcar, I doubt anyone would ever get the chance to correct your mistakes. Every time I see one of your mistakes, it's always you right under your comments... correcting your self. lol Selena, feel free to correct me. I fuck up a lot. (:

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  Kenetic  |  0

I don't see why people get angry when someone corrects a spelling/grammar mistake. Sure, they sound like douchebags, but at the same time you learn something, and sound less ignorant the next time you talk.

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  glorialaura21  |  8

I agree with Mintcar. I often make grammer mistakes, and unless it was intentional, I'd rather be corrected. So that maybe in the future I won't type like a moron. Yeah, it makes you feel like a dumb ass sometimes but if you don't care about your spelling then you probably are one. (: After all she is one of the fairly nicer grammer Nazis here.

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  DocBastard  |  38

Wait wait, shhhh! Hang on, everyone. Glorialaura is about to astound us by telling us the alternate spelling of "grammar". Ok, Glorialaura. I'm seething with anticipation. Wow me!

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  lolol_BKYCHO  |  3

Sorry, I don't know what came over me. But yes it is very mature to correct spelling errors of others, especially in the case of a trivial homophone confusion. I'm sure nobody had any idea what I was talking about before you enlightened them AND showed you have at least a 3rd grade education.

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  fmaon06  |  10

If you learned that back in third grade you shouldn't have misspelled it. Some people may have obsessive tendencies, and just NEED to tell you that you misspoke about something. I do that often, and sometimes I am corrected by others as well. It's a learning process and you shouldn't be so snippy about it.

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WOW. What the fuck. Stop this now. I'm damn sure that this has NOTHING to do with the actual fml. -______- So, anyways, I think it's YDI because, yes, it's fine to choose who you want to be with (unless you cheated). BUT, this dude...How dare he....*takes deep breathe* HE left her and now he is only regretting it because the other girl left him and the ex had a better future. OP sounds like the typical annoying bug of an ex that breaks an girls heart for another girl, get's dumped, regrets it, then pesters the girl about getting back together. Seriously, HE broke off with her so he shouldn't be regretting his decision...it's called RESPONSIBILITY. Also, it was for such a reason like her career...OP sounds pretty low to me. Suck it up, you made that decision.

By  Vehicle  |  1

YOU HAVE GOT TO BE KIDDING! Haven't you heard the phrase don't leave the one you love for the one you like because the one you like will leave you for the one you love?

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  lwd305  |  0

Actually, no, 60. They is used as a plural pronoun, but it is also used as a singular one when the noun is general. In 30s phrase, the noun was never specified on being a girl or a guy so they (another example and I didn't check if it was a guy or girl) is allowed to be used.

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  Brittneyyyy  |  7

Umm #92... what? I have no idea who you are talking to but a dentist actually IS a doctor. So are pharmacists (I'm going to school to be one :P ), their degree is called a PharmD aka Doctor of Pharmacy. Physicians are not the only doctors. In fact, more doctors are NOT physicians.

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  Vitamin_C  |  0

Not to belittle pharmacists and their contributions, but you're hardly qualified to be a physician, regardless of the way you chose to phrase your comment. A PhD in anything does not a doctor make, but spending 4 years in med school plus residency does.

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  Brittneyyyy  |  7

A pharmacist is not qualified, in any way at all, to be a physician. Completely different programs. Pharmacists go through their own 4 year program upon the completion of a bachelor's degree in a science such as chemistry, biology, biochemistry, etc. I was basically trying to say that there are many types of doctors, and dentists are one of them. Even though you wouldn't typically think of them as a doctor, they are.

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  Ohitsariel  |  25

I don't agree Britney. The term doctor usually implies a doctor of osteopathic or alleopathic medicine. I know people with a PhD in fine arts and that in no way makes them a doctor, but, they do have a doctorate degree.

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