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  biloxi_girl  |  22

That's exactly what I was thinking #3. This really doesn't seem like something a guidance counselor would be involved with. Either way you're better of OP if he didn't have the balls to be honest with you himself I doubt he would be man enough in anything else.

  Brandi_Faith  |  33

I agree with 23, I think the only way a guidance counsellor would do this is if they thought that the girlfriend was violent or obsessive and crazy and thought she would react in a harmful way. The counsellor would have to think it was in the students best interest. Chances are the boyfriend made it sound like Op was violent or crazy or something. He sounds like a coward and like he used/played the guidance counsellor.

  Just_A_Tree  |  20

The douchecanoe sags low into the river as it swags it's way into port.

The douchecanoe can hold up too five douchebags with all their gear which includes: one uniform from a low end job meant for teenagers, between seven or eight snapbacks, a pair of shoes that costs more than they have ever spent on soap, and last but not least, one or more tweets making a girl that rejected or left them feel terrible about themselves.

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I hope you all enjoyed this educational public service announcement.

  ChristianH39  |  30

IMO your goal shouldn't be to break up with someone in a "creative" (more like cowardly in this case) way, you should do it in an up front and honest way. And you should do it yourself.