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I actually agree with DeathDealer. it sounds like the boyfriend has self-esteem issues OR knows OP still has feelings for the ex, which would still demonstrate low self-esteem on his part, because I'd NEVER be with someone who was still hung up on their ex.

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I'm confused...if he didn't know that he had the same name as her ex, and she moaned the name that they both happen to share...then you're saying he doesn't know his own name?

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Really 28?? Really?? You honestly don't think 26 does not have several thousand guys at any given time to choose from? Lets look at it logically. If the world was as you say, and there was only that perfect person for any of us. That gives you about a 1 in 7 billion chance to find them. If your lucky, they will be about the same age. There are way too many happy couples out there for that to be true. So how about you embrace reality and join the rest of the world. Just because Hollywood says there is only one person out there for you, doesn't make it true.

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My ex husband and current husband have the same name. It was weird when I first started dating my current husband, but I really liked him and fell in love. The weirdness went away fairly quick.

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28- when you meet someone you aren't exactly "in love" it takes time to grow love for someone like that. (Assuming...for those of us who enjoy taking their time in relationships) after some time of getting to know someone MAYBE I would consider it but for me it's too weird. Especially if the ex and I were emotionally close. I wouldnt want to have his face emerge in my thoughts every time i was with the new guy. Alas that's just me and my opinion. It's easier to just date someone with a different name. Lol

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Only if you're not over them yet. Once you're over them, it isn't a big deal. It's weird at first, but if you love the new person, the weirdness goes away quickly.

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Uh, I get that you want to be some kind of psycho-analysist, but it actually makes sense when read properly; it is easy to see what OP meant. Chillax.

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Read properly? It doesn't define anything of the such... Learn to read before judging me... Not all the information is given... Just because it leads that way does not make it so... That would be assuming.

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Yes, "make love with..." is synonymous to "have sex with...". It is very much an English expression, and one that is used quite frequently. It does sound slightly more classy, or at least less vulgar, than the usual terms for the act. Obviously "love" doesn't always mean that, but I'm fairly certain that you knew that.

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It used to refer to the act of courtship (check out Bronte-era novels); the gentleman was making love with the lady, and that was courting her. More recently, it's come to be a mushy, romantic euphemism for having sex. Edit: Beaten to it!

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