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By  Nonibird  |  13

Maybe marrying someone who will throw bowls of food at you in a restaurant for anything less than a genuine verbal or physical assault is a bad idea. I mean, unless you want to be abused for the rest of your life, I mean, whatever you want.

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  LiveLaughFML  |  28

if you're still going to marry her, i can picture you two thirty years from now. "hey, honey, you have a bit of chowder on your upper lip." she'll respond with how you gave her the wrost 30 years of her life and then pour the hot chowder on you. D:

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  megaaann_fml  |  28

17: Not necessarily. I mean, if that was me, I'd be laughing about it, I wouldn't go all pissy and crack the shits. And I'm sure there's plenty of women who would do the same thing. :)

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  mxpklx  |  7

It's like that game where you have to choose whether you want your girlfriend to be sane, smart, and beautiful. But you can only choose two. We all know what you obviously chose...

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  RockRoll  |  36

Then again, if she was this livid over something as stupid as food being around her mouth (And I might add, props to OP for being nice enough to spare her the embarrassment and/or blackmail) you never know how she'd react if he broke off the engagement.....

By  Nonibird  |  13

Maybe marrying someone who will throw bowls of food at you in a restaurant for anything less than a genuine verbal or physical assault is a bad idea. I mean, unless you want to be abused for the rest of your life, I mean, whatever you want.

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  aeshleyrose  |  13

My literal exact thought. It always shocks me to hear what people think is acceptable behavior. That's gonna be a great marriage, let me tell you. And we haven't even thought about their extremely lucky future kids! Doormats + psychos = fucked up kids.

By  perdix  |  37

This is going to be a great marriage! I'm such an idiot!!! I should have become a divorce lawyer -- I could have been rolling around in money and pussy all day!

By  DjeePee  |  33

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By  EnEl_Infierno  |  30

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  DjeePee  |  30

Embarressement? Since when is having some food around your mouth during dinner something to be ashamed of? Romantic? Since when is it romantic to lick the food from your partners mouth away (face it, the food will not disappear by a kiss)? They weren't in their bedroom, but in a probably full restaurant.

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  EnEl_Infierno  |  30

#44 Not embarrassing cause she had food around her mouth but because op called her on it that's probably why she got so upset, and I'm betting it wasn't a huge noddle or something when have you ever seen someone with other than crumpet around their mouth, he either shouldn't have said anything gently wiped it for her or taken my original advice if he's going to get married he needs to learn when he should learn what he should say and when to take advantage of a potential romantic or good points situation. which can be the difference between a face full if noddles or evening delight. But what do I know I'm single.

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