By Greg - / Monday 28 September 2009 17:34 / United States
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  Reyo  |  2

I vouch for #4.
How can she get mad at you for not getting "died in a motorcycle crash" out of "ended very badly"?
"ended very badly" can mean ANYTHING.

By  kukopia  |  0

'previously told' is redundant (as 'told' is past tense). Talking on the phone is hardly relevant.

I'm not seeing the FML here. Are we suppose to feel bad for you because you're a bad guesser?? I'm not.

No vote for you.

  akkhima  |  0

It depends on how much they've talked. If she told him once, then told him again, she told him something she had previously told him.

We should feel bad for him because she worded what she told him very poorly.