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post #76 of 131
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Originally Posted by johnapril View Post
Is Jon done? I mean, like new construction done? Like easy home mortgages done?

We don't know. We miss him.
post #77 of 131
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Originally Posted by Manton View Post
We don't know. We miss him.

Some people get tired of constant attacks I guess. It's too bad because of all the posters who do, I don't think Jon really deserved it.
post #78 of 131
who was jon? user name? or was that it?
post #79 of 131
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Originally Posted by boone4mayor View Post
It may be a little immature but the best way to get over someone is to get on top of someone else.

Cherry Poppin' Daddies.
post #80 of 131
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who was jon? user name? or was that it?

Jon was "imageWIS"
post #81 of 131
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Originally Posted by contactme_11 View Post
Some people get tired of constant attacks I guess. It's too bad because of all the posters who do, I don't think Jon really deserved it.

I know. I feel guilty for the part that I played.
post #82 of 131
how do you get over a break up?
one day at a time. make sure you spend alot of time with close family members and friends.
post #83 of 131
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I know. I feel guilty for the part that I played.

I feel bad for the small part I played. Now I'll have to get over the breakup....

Jon.

Oops. Old habits die hard.
post #84 of 131
Fuck it all, here I am giving honest heartfelt advice four fucking years after the fact
post #85 of 131
i am gonna write my situation out at some point... just been busy and... sad
post #86 of 131
I like how this has become the breakup-with-Jon. thread.
post #87 of 131
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I know. I feel guilty for the part that I played.

Manton,

Perhaps you could atone for your guilt.

If you were to send Jon an expensive watch or perhaps commission a bespoke suit for him. he might forgive you
post #88 of 131
VMan, what are the things you like. You and only you. For example my list: the smell of cut grass sleeping in on a summers morning tucked in bed and watching a film on a winters night (preferably a spooky one) a Thai curry armchair travelling Haagen Dasz Pralines & Cream The trailers before a film in West India Quay cinema sunbathing in a park Coming out the hotel in a new city and having the complete freedom to choose where/ what now... ... think about it, what's your list?
post #89 of 131
Another thing, it could have been far worse. You could have gone on for years more before you guys broke up, imagine how you'd feel if youd been going out for 5, 10 years, bought a house, had kids etc. Better now then later, always remember that. Another thing someone should love you (and vice versa) for YOU - the good, the bad and the ugly, not just one side of you or an idea of you. True love lies in what is wrong with the person if you know what I mean, the kind of person who will love you for your mistakes, and love you more for them, and it reciprocated. Thus 'perfection' lies in imperfect beauty. You two may have loved parts, ideas or instances of each other, but ultimately she was not for you. Dont ever regret what you didnt lose.
post #90 of 131
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i think this thread needs to die now it has been like four years
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