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By  Justin Parker  |  7

I say good riddance. if she can't handle a slight hesitation, what would she do when real relationship trials come up. find someone who has the patience and willingness to work through issues, even if they don't come out on top

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  Miss_Red  |  17

that may be the case, but its a very shitty reason to break up with someone, given the circumstances.
how is he supposed to know if shes beautiful or not if he literally cant see what she looks like?
And it doesn't sound like she's beautiful on the inside either, seeing as she decided his slight hesitation warrented a termination of their relationship.
In my opinion, this OP dodged a bullet.

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  MidnaLink  |  31

I see what you mean. (Not a pun) As there’s varying degrees of blindness, it’s easily possible that OP might just see things as huge blurs, or even just can’t make out small details.

By  Justin Parker  |  7

I say good riddance. if she can't handle a slight hesitation, what would she do when real relationship trials come up. find someone who has the patience and willingness to work through issues, even if they don't come out on top

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"How did you type this then?" Easy. There are many programs and settings in various computers and phones that make them accessible to the visually impaired. I worked as a customer service rep/tech support for as cell phone company. A co-worker was completely blind. The computer and headset were set up so that she could hear the customer in one ear, and the computer would read to her in the other. She also had an iPhone set up to read to her anything under her fingers. Technology is not solely the realm of the sighted. Next question?