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By Noname / Thursday 5 March 2009 02:18 / United States
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By  LMFAOsabrina  |  0

aww, thats so mean D: but how long were you two dating? maybe shes just not ready for marriage for example, if you only dated for 1 or 2 years. maybe its a good thing that you two wait, cause sometimes couples marry way too soon, when they're not ready.

By  TryToBeKind  |  0

Wow. In a way, I always feel bad for people who get proposed to when they're not interested - it really does put them on the spot and unless the one proposing is a complete jacka**, the one who says no is the bad guy. That really, really sucks. My sympathy for her ends there b/c she had no reason to be such a . . . wow. So heartless about it. I would have been tempted to snatch her dessert plate away, say 'no' and stick HER with the bill. Even if you handled t he situation with grace, it's perfectly reasonable to break up with her citing the fact that you don't want to waste your time with someone who sends mixed messages. And I mean: not seeing her at all, not hanging out with her friends, insisting that your friends act like true friends and drop her like a bad habit. How awful! Best of luck to you.

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By  LMFAOsabrina  |  0

aww, thats so mean D: but how long were you two dating? maybe shes just not ready for marriage for example, if you only dated for 1 or 2 years. maybe its a good thing that you two wait, cause sometimes couples marry way too soon, when they're not ready.

By  King_of_Kings  |  3

what a bitch! picked it up then put it down and said no? was the ring not good enough for little miss priss? its not the size of the diamond that counts. its the thought of wanting to spend the rest of your life with her that counts. that was mean on her behalf.

By  TryToBeKind  |  0

Wow. In a way, I always feel bad for people who get proposed to when they're not interested - it really does put them on the spot and unless the one proposing is a complete jacka**, the one who says no is the bad guy. That really, really sucks. My sympathy for her ends there b/c she had no reason to be such a . . . wow. So heartless about it. I would have been tempted to snatch her dessert plate away, say 'no' and stick HER with the bill. Even if you handled t he situation with grace, it's perfectly reasonable to break up with her citing the fact that you don't want to waste your time with someone who sends mixed messages. And I mean: not seeing her at all, not hanging out with her friends, insisting that your friends act like true friends and drop her like a bad habit. How awful! Best of luck to you.

By  King_of_Kings  |  3

#4 i was going to mention taking her dessert. i decided not to. but yeah, i had that same idea about taking the dessert and dumping her. i should have mentioned that. oh well. well said #4. i couldnt have said it better myself.

By  Jimboom  |  11

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By  Vincere_fml  |  0

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