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  acccccccc  |  1

does that even make sense? it may... i am kinda tired i guess(*resays it* good luck with that bitch... hmm i guess you could always wishsome one luck so goodluck :)

  tdawgheath  |  0

Maybe they were in high school when they started dating...In that case what would the point be in getting engaged if they were going through highschool and then college. Directly after would be a perfect time to get engaged. Logic points to him meeting a different girl in college, and not telling OP, which sucks, but they probably didn't see each other very much, not that it justifies his behaviour, but it does make sense out of it. (All of it is just a guess by the way, but it would make perfect sense to NOT get engaged and how it could happen)

  miss_madison  |  10

Exactly. My boyfriend and I have been together for 3 years and that's about when people are thinking settling down, is it not? But for us to get engaged (though I would be tremendously happy) would not be logical because I am 16 and he is 17. (We are both in grade 11). We have pretty much decided that after college is the smartest time to get married.

  starile  |  19

It sounds like a "wow" situation, but it doesn't state that they were still together when he proposed to the other woman. Maybe OP had been with her boyfriend for 7 years, but that could've been a long time ago. So he may not have been cheating on OP.