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  PenguinPal3017  |  19

Are you from the 1700s?

What's the point of commenting on f my life, do you get paid for it?

  KittyMack  |  13

I follow a few people who aren't my friends, because they provide information (a reporter I trust), amusing quotes (a comedian), and thought provoking links (an activist), for a few examples. I can imagine people following musicians in order to keep aware of tour dates, or following actors directors or authors to be aware of when they release something new.

  chosha_fml  |  25

If that’s true, don’t bother to try and get him back. Life married to someone who wants to be that controlling over your contact with men would be awful.

  ohsnapword  |  21

Dodged a bullet there. I'm sure the next girl he suckers into a relationship will find the cage cozy.

  Suaria  |  37

You shouldn't be so controlling over who your partner interacts with. It is called trusting your partner.

By  KittyMack  |  13

Yikes, just imagine being married to that freak... joint credit and savings, maybe a car & house together, maybe pets or kids... very hard to disentangle yourself at that point. But a possessive, short fused partner is definitely a partner you're gonna leave, sooner or later, harder or easier.
Be happy it happened while he was still just a fiance.

By  onceuponatime456  |  16

Sorry but look at this as a bullet you have dodged. If he is jealous then you do not need him in your life. Do NOT forgive this self-centered of piece of shit, he is probably cheating on you!