By Anonymous - 15/11/2009 14:47 - Canada
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He should have ended your first date with: U-G-L-Y You ain't got no alibi You ugly Hey, hey, you ugly and be done with it. It took him five years to get this out? When you get to your Silver wedding anniversary, he's going to tell you that he thinks your pussy smells bad.
what the... even if you were absolutely drop dead gorgeous, no one is spending the rest of their lives with it. He does know people age, right?
Just because he was with you for 5 years doesn't mean he has to stay in the relationship if he sees something he doesn't like. Also, he never said you were ugly. All he said was that you don't fit his tastes. Get over it. It's not the only penis in the world. If he wants to look for someone else, he has every single right to. That's how life goes.
omg you stuck up bitches are all the same "Your not what I picture myself spending the rest of my life with" "OMG YOU THINK I'M UGLY!?" yeah you knwo he never said you were ugly, he said your not what he picture himself spending his life with. Stop overreacting seriously, noone wants to hear it
Well no, I don't think looks are the contributing factor to a relationships - of course not - nor am I saying that OP has to be some smoking hot bit of stuff for it to work, but surely after 5 years he should think she's attractive anyway? Also, I don't know if the OP has said it or not, but if he has dumped her for not looking like the person he envisioned, that's even worse. No one likes being told they're unattractive, it doesn't matter whether you're shallow or not. It is simply not a nice thing to hear, least of all from your other half.
No matter whether he's with her for the right reasons, any half of a couple wants to appear physically attractive to the other half. This doesn't just apply to women. A guy would be bummed if he heard this, too. And he didn't just tell her that she was unattractive, he told her she wasn't the vision of beauty he envisioned spending the rest of his life with. You can't tell me that's not a crappy thing to say to someone you've been with for so long. If it were me, I'd wonder how long he could stay with me before that lack of physical attraction became a major issue. Obviously, he's thought about it.