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OP's bf is an Internet reliant dastard!! These people can't handle the circumstances that life dishes out to them, so they take the easier way. Sorry about your terrible break up, op:(

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Does anyone else think that FML should set up a dating website for it's users? There are so many on here with stupid partners it could become quite a success!

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What the fuck? The guy was "nice" to break up with a person that way? What would've been "nice" would've been for him to man- up and meet OP at a place and break-up with them face-to-face. It wasn't a month or two relationship, it was two (wasted) years of the OP's life and he couldn't even act like a man to say it to their face. Sorry OP, that fucking sucks.

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-17 How could this have been wasted, she had two years with a man that probably cared for her for those two years, I don't think wasted would be the right term, maybe stalled but certainly not exactly "wasted"

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It's a waste in my opinion if ultimately the guy can't at least have the guts to say something to the persons face. It was two years of their life, not two months, and regardless, any person deserves more respect than that. I'd call it a waste, but I respect your views.

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Look just because a person can't look you in the face when he has something hard to tell you doesn't mean he isn't an ok person, he could be sweet and caring but he just couldn't bear to see a person he knows have a hard time...

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44 - You're not going to have much excitement in life with that attitude. Not everything is a waste; that relationship could have taught her some valuable lessons despite it eventually ending. I like to view relationships as a learning experience, and if they work out or end in marriage (or something of the same personal value), it's a bonus.

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