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post #226 of 286
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Originally Posted by TyCooN View Post
You're 2 years younger than her, how did you two meet each one another? no homo


Do you only know people that were born the same year as you?
post #227 of 286
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Originally Posted by kwilkinson View Post

Do you only know people that were born the same year as you?

It's a decently valid question, seeing as I just graduated high school in '09 and those people comprise the majority of my friends. Anyways, we have worked together at the same retail establishment for about the past year.
post #228 of 286
Words of wisdom for this situation.
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post #229 of 286
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Originally Posted by sartorialism View Post
Hell, you're an asshole. You're dating a girl who takes advantage of and abuses her boyfriend, staying at his place while dating someone else? And then you plan on filing a police report to get him in trouble for (albeit exaggeratedly) expressing his rage? Here's my assessment: you're an asshole, your GF has no shame and her ex is a total sucker for not throwing her sorry broke ass out of his crib.

Shame on all of you.

+ infinity
post #230 of 286
Replies are getting weak.....thread threatens to implode on itself!

Is the BF homo? What socket is he planting his plug into? Did you say he's 26? At 26 I had a boanner 26 hours a day and nothing could bend over in front of me.
post #231 of 286
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Originally Posted by sartorialism View Post
I think I've said this before, but I'll repeat it. Yeah, from my (somewhat) older and more experienced perspective this seems silly and earnest. But heck, this guy is pretty awesome. First, for a 19 year old, he chooses his online forums with fine taste and discernment. Second, he is an eloquent writer. Third, the earnestness of his feelings is commendable and admirable. Fourth, I like the way he just took all the crap that was just thrown at him like a man. He didn't back down or even blush. He admitted that his perspective is naive, but "such is par for the course." Finally, he has some balls (for now, that is) braving out psycho bf and sticking to his guns and by his girl.

This guy has earned my respect.

yeah...but he is dating a chick who is still fukking and blowing her ex!
post #232 of 286
fukking probably. Blowing????? Now if the OP is partaking in conubial delights via tongue, does that make him a nub-chewer by proxy?
post #233 of 286
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Originally Posted by ter1413 View Post
yeah...but he is dating a chick who is still fukking and blowing her ex!
He's also dipping his pen in company ink!
post #234 of 286
Respek to OP, I hope you don't get your penor cut off.
post #235 of 286
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Originally Posted by TyCooN View Post
He's also dipping his pen in company ink!

It's a retail McJob. So what?
post #236 of 286
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Originally Posted by TyCooN View Post
He's also dipping his pen in company ink!

looool good shit
post #237 of 286
To the OP: Lad, I am almost 50 years older than you. I have been through a lot of weird scenes with women in my time, probably more than most of the fellows here. One of my ex-wives blew herself up a couple months after our marriage ended, the second disappeared mysteriously shortly after our divorce became final, to give just a couple of examples. Heed the voice of wisdom and experience: If this young woman wants to get out her situation with her boyfriend, she'll do it, with or without you. Otherwise, just give the situation a wide berth, as so many others have said. It just spells "trouble" with a capital T. Moreover, you're 19, living at home, and going to college. You are in no position to be "rescuing" any woman, and rescuing is a foolish policy anyway. When you've got a full-time job and steady income, then is the time to be looking for a woman...if you absolutely must have one. ("Beware of what you want, you may get it" --that maxim never holds so true as when it applies to women, the foul-tempered creatures that they are.) With all that said, had the same situation arisen for me when I was 19, I'd no doubt have been as big or bigger a romantic fool than you seem to be. Good luck, whatever happens, I think you'll need it. On the practical side, if he does come after you, consider "improvised" weapons. A wine bottle makes a very effective mace, for example.
post #238 of 286
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post #239 of 286
@JLibourel- cancerous relationships are cancerous, and relationships -_-
post #240 of 286
Call him and tell him that you will play the role of a 26 year old stoner with a minimum wage job for a week and no prospect; so that the both of you can compete for her on equal grounds. Then he has nothing better to say.
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