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By propose_you_freakin_coward - / Friday 27 September 2013 12:51 / Singapore - Singapore
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  Nevermind212  |  17

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  boredSOLDIER  |  17

Well, if I were you OP, I'd throw it right back at your sisters bf and ask him why he still hasn't proposed, except probably with more color and a little Ebonics thrown in the mix. But, that's just me :)

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  Caitie_kid  |  25

Yep. My fiancé and I had been engaged and planning our wedding for over a year and my parents had graciously offered to help us pay for some of it. My older sister and her boyfriend decided to get engaged at the beginning of spring right before my wedding after dating for 3 months. She then decided that she was going to get married the same summer as me and was livid when my parents wouldn't pay for some of her wedding too unless she had it the following year. According to her it was completely unfair because she's older. Long story short, siblings can be complete nutters when it comes to stuff like this. I feel for you OP.

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  sezual  |  25

You are completely right. My husband's sister was a divorcée when we got engaged. She decided the best time to announce her new engagement was the morning of our wedding! Apparently they had been engaged for months but wanted to wait until that day so "we could share the spot light"

By  Sir_ND_Pity  |  43

Jealous sister much? You keep being happy, OP! Don't let them take away from your special moment! You don't see me getting mad about people getting married before me. At this rate, who knows if I'll find someone who wants to marry me... >___>

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  CallMeMcFeelii  |  43

Awl, I think my husky would love to marry you. He has a thing for talking dogs in hats and monocles. I don't think think Pennsylvania allows gay K9 marriages to happen though.. There's no need to rush into marriage. You're just setting yourself up for failure. If you jump into something you're not 100% positive about you shouldn't do it. You may miss out on that one significant other that makes you feel the way every marriage should. Good luck, OP, and good luck to you kind Sir.

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  Welshite  |  43

#3: Come now. You look like a gentile fellow what with your monocle and bowler hat. One day you'll meet your fancy French poodle; you just need patience. :)

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  commonlogicz42  |  43

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By  bessiemay01  |  14

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#89 I am still attempting to adjust to your typing. I feel the need to correct your "U" and "Ya", but you switched to proper grammar/spelling by the end of your comments. Not okay, either be a bad typer with good comments, or a good typer with shitty comments. There is no in between. You must pick a side.

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  Axipiter  |  14

Soak in bitterness... Good idea. I'll go draw a bath right now. Attention everyone, a sense of humour coupled with a mild to low tolerance for stupidity is apparently the eighth deadly sin.

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