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By Hellosinglelife - / Thursday 28 March 2013 22:35 / Trinidad and Tobago - Diego Martin
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A lot of FML's about BJ's lately too. Sex and relationships is something that pretty much all people have in common, and something that we all experience FML moments with sooner or later and a lot of them are relatable. We as humans are driven by sex. Even if some of it is subconscious, sex, or the possibility of sex, or the lack of sex, or the fantasy of sex drives much of what we do, talk about, and think about whether we like to admit it or not.

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  v1kt4r  |  12

Facebook post When its ok to call your ex- girl friend a fucking bitch. When you find out she's been fucking your best friend for the last year 100+ likes

By  BlinkandRHCP  |  7

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  BlinkandRHCP  |  7

I was more referring to before all of this happened. He shouldn't have called her a bitch, but walked away and be the bigger person. That way the only thing that would be true if people found out would be her cheating.

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  Ameel_fml  |  19

It's pretty hard to be the bigger person when everybody around you thinks you're an asshole. I think OP has every right to set the record straight on Facebook. Because as it stands, everyone thinks he's an asshole anyway.

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  daringtoride  |  27

I'm not sure if this is true or not, but when I read this, I thought perhaps OP said it in a heat of the moment kind of thing, leaving very little time for OP to be the bigger person. Now whether he regretted it or not... *shrugs* She DOES sound like a bitch to me.

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  Pstraka6  |  20

I agree, it is also ashame that your friends don't look st both ends of the spectrum. I say you post a status mentioning she failing to point out thay she cheated on you.

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  chlorinegreen  |  27

I would put the record straight only if someone were to ask about the situation. If he were to write a post on Facebook I would think it would start a full out dramatic war. Just let the immature gossipers talk and walk away with your head held high. Just know that you're not in the wrong in this situation, she is.

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  snufflebubble  |  13

Whilst I agree with #72 in theory, I think that it is completely unfair for him to have to take the fall out for something he shouldn't be held accountable for. Even though he did call her a 'fucking bitch' it was in the heat of the moment and if she's going to air her laundry than he has every right to set the record straight. If he writes a status like "My slut of an ex was fucking my best friend - dirty whore" than that is not the way to handle it. If however, he writes something like "Some of you may have noticed what my ex said about me on Facebook, I will admit that I said that, but only after finding out she had cheated on me, so I was quite upset" or something along those lines, than I think it's okay. It all comes down to how you handle it.

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  clemsi  |  20

91 You are assuming that A: OP would post something that rational and B: that OP has the common sense to post it in that way. This may be an overgeneralization but, I find the people that use Facebook to have arguments with their status updates or air dirty laundry have neither.

By  rawr_ily96  |  24

Get the guy to explain if he's willing to. If not, find proof. Expose her for the bitch she is.

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