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Start mentally adjusting to living your life without, this 2 timing, cheating, untrustworthy s. in it. Then, when you are ready, kick him in the gonads and leave him doubled over in pain. A well placed shot and taking him by surprise, will show him just who he is dealing with.
Show no mercy or sympathy no matter how much he moans and groans. Hitting him as hard as you can in his noggin, with your suitcase packed on the way out is optional. they met up for drinks and hit it off all over again! a little effort to put some spark back in the relationship was all that was needed.
Mc Lovin "majically delicious" L. says: they met up for drinks and hit it off Marcy has been tanning non stop over the weekend and practicing her booty bounce. My bootie bounce is just fine thank you very much! He's still camping, so I haven't said anything yet. Then the question of summer vacation comes up. We already have plans do I enjoy the vacation first?
I could raelly use it and at this point believe myself capable of zoning him out. Lately I've been fantasizing about Matthew Fox with me on the set of LOST. How will you "enjoy" the vacation with all this on your mind? I would have to try to put it out of my mind I'm looking at a future of many a "vacation for one" which scares me. Sounds like ur the only one that's committed. Ones a cheater always a cheater, do u really have to catch him with another girl then it's call cheating to u?
U don't think his going to leave u once he finds a girl his interested on that dating web? Or maybe ur just lying to urself that his just looking to meet friends?
U gotta treat urself with respect n stand up for urself. Don't let him think ur playable. It's not stupidity. It's not easy cutting someone out of your life when he's been the main person in it for years.
But I understand what must be done. I am distancing myself. I am not thinking he will love me and marry me. I am thinking pragmatically. Do I want to be alone for vacation? But that doesn't mean I think there's a future here. I am not imagining feelings he doesn't have for me. But he was my family for so long. It's a big change. I've separated the emotions at this point, after what he did I had to. So no, I'm not naive, I'm looking out for myself. Y would u even waste ur time going on vac with a guy like that?
Don't chu think u already wasted enough time n in the his just looking for someone else other than u. of course he is and I'm keeping my eyes open too. So what would you do, Sunny and V? Would you go on vacation alone? I wont' be able to get girlfriends to travel at the last minute. A cruise? A club med? Suggestions please from strong women which I think you two are.
I would definitely go on vacay alone: 1. It's a good time to get to know yourself better. It gives you the space and freedom to grieve while you have the time; without worrying about work, bills, etc. It's rebound, meaningless sex time. Even if you don't have sex, flirt and make yourself feel wanted and attractive. You deserve it. i go on many vacations alone.
i meet locals, i do what i want to do, who i want to do, when i want to do 'em. if you are afraid to be alone on vacation, when you do plan it, make sure you have activities lined up. that way, your time is filled. i just pack a bag and go. whether, i'm laying on a beach drinking a cocktail or dancing with the bartenders. i'm never lonely on vacation. I agree with Sunny. And if you can't be alone, then it's definitely time to learn.
You Gould love yourself enough to at least like your own company. and do you girls eat at restaurants alone too? table for one? that's my biggest fear about vacationing alone. So are you from around here? no, I'm on vacation oh that's cool, with your boyfriend? no, alone. I eat at restaurants and go to movies alone all the time. Doesn't bother me, but if it really bothers you, bring a good book to read.
most restaurants have bars. sit at the bar and eat. you'll always end up striking a conversation with someone. street foods are also great to grab and usually tastes better. you're thinking way too much. which means your insecurities are going to deter you from just opening yourself up to new people and the adventures you can have. i've never thought once about these questions you ask.
Snoopies are bad sometimes snoopy feeds on Jealousy and Delusion , but so are cheaters. Privacey is good, but so is sharing. Trust is the foundation to solving this issue. Generally, if we keep someone out of something, it's because we don't want them in. Can you trust that person with their secret. If not, move-on.
Easier said than done, right? What if we found a beautiful yelper who also happened to be a beautiful young single black woman. We could set her up with the douchebag.
Mimi, what are you doing later? Marcy "Mejor sola que mala acompanada" K. says: of course he is and I'm keeping my eyes open too. There are some in Costa Rica and Panama. Here's one from a friend your can trust. Nosara is supposed to be great as well. Find an honest guy while you still have time and while you are still young and attractive. i found a few on my boyfriends and if he wont admit it then fuck him tell him you seen it and you want to look at it and if he says no leave him if he says yes see whens the last message and if it was when u were dating leave him IDGAF what guys think girls are somting to play with woman you play with that well you know the rest no girl desrves to be cheated on confort him of it will eat u alive you will never had a good relationship ever.
Jack "Bossman" B. says: Get some butt implants and some black face make up, that should make him happy. i choked on my joint. Why do women seem to think violence is okay. I would casually mention it to him. Be an adult! If he ignores the situation, leave. No point is being with a boy.
Find a man. If he says he's just being retarded then your choice. I have a girlfriend and a profile on plenty of fish mine says exactly why I'm there. Friends only. But I haven't check it in maybe as long as I've had it. Scott D. says: Why do women seem to think violence is okay.
some of my friends have one telling me it keeps boring long term relatioships interesting. it's just for fun. I feel for you. I also had a gut feeling that something wasn't right, when I use to see online dating sites- my bf would say that it was the cookies- I also found out he has been on Yelp- first time I heard about it, but I am starting to see that maybe he isn't right. I have no proof. So, this is the deal- I don't think you should be scared- fear gets nobody any where- and please do not feel that you are not good enough.
First, do not move in with him. You can still date, but my advice is to play his game. I actually did this when things were falling apart with my bf and I- I changed my status to single and started to talk to guys- is it cheating? well, I used to think that until I realized he might be talking to other people as well.
Talking is not cheating- and it will make you feel better when other men are paying you attention. You need to get your focus off of him, since his focus is not entirely on you. I have been doing this for a month, and i notice that my bf is starting to come closer to me- he noticed that I put my status on single, and I didn't say anything. At this point, what does it even matter how you found it?! You need to break up with him either way, he has a dating profile which obviously means he's looking to cheat.
So what if he asks how u found it etc just tell him, doesnt matter what he thinks he should be your EX after the conversation. He's only cheating on you on the net, but you know that he loves you and that you're the only one for him so that's ok. Stay with him and if you do, he'll promise to never do that again and you'll all be happy for ever and ever.
He promises. Marcy "Got Yelp? says: He is caucasian as am I and I noticed that he is looking at the profile of African-American and Tahitian-looking women exotic, dark haired women. It's time to listen to your gut and end the relationship. No one deserves to be with someone that is looking around.
Whatever his reason is, it shouldn't be enough. Learn to find peace in being alone and heal. Then move on. I just skimmed through this topic. Did he have the profile before you two were an item? Bumped an old thread - sounds like a new post was seduced by an old one, and like it. This conversation is older than 2 months and has been closed to new posts.
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We had explicit conversations about exclusivity and expectations. We agreed if someone wanted to pursue others they should. Just be sure to be honest and cut the other person loose. I know I will never receive a satisfactory answer from him. For the record, within the first 3 dates he told me he took his match profile down, how he was finished with online dating, what terrible luck he had, and how he expected to be stood up by me on the first date.
We are both professionals in our late 30s and he has 2 teenage children. I never in a million years expected to be bamboozled like this. I feel like the ultimate sucker. I thought I had all the right conversations to protect myself. I have been in a relationship off and on for the last year and a half. I made the mistake of hiding it from him and he found out. Last July he admitted to me that he has been monitoring my emails, Facebook, text messages, everything for over a year.
He read private conversations between me and my friends and family and got angry that I was talking to other people about our relationship.
After this, I cut off all communication with everyone electronically and focused on him. Well fast forward to Christmas He dumped me on Christmas Day. Please note, I am a single mother and he has gotten very close with my daughter. He basically cut communication with me almost completely.
During the week we were broke up I had booked flights to Chicago so my daughter could see her dad. Well after we got back together, I asked him to come with. He declined. He told me go see your friends, have a good time, make the most of it. also saw another male friend and his fiancÃ©. I also told him that I had posted ads on craigslist looking for a male or female to go out with. He said NOTHING at the time.
I met up with one guy for brunch one day, that was it. I call him and he tells me he has plans to hang out with a female friend. Which he did. We got into an argument the next day because I went out for drinks with these friends of mine. So now, he is seeing other women because I did it in Chicago. I also asked him to take down his Afro romance profile and admitted to him I have his password. I have been a basket case all weekend and have asked him to come see me and he refuses.
Please help. I love him and my daughter loves him. He was monitoring your email for a year? Nearly every man I dated has behaved similarly. My friends check and watch for each other. I am amazed that men are so dumb to think we are not paying attention to this.
However, we need to create a sisterhood of dating codes…. i am in this boat right now. i told him i do not date more than one person at a time because i do not like to and he seemed surprised. he NEVER told me we were exclusive to be fair to him, he also was with his ex over 10 yrs.
i set up a fake online profile as i deleted mine 2. his profile is still up and i fake emailed him and he responded and wanted to meet with the fake girl for lunch or dinner but told the real me he might have to work as he is in law field. once the fake dumped him he said we would have dinner. if you need more info let me know as well.. also note we are in contact every day most of the day and we do have fun together.
also after that dinner when the faked dumped him so he came over my house that night he made his pics private on the website when he went home?!?! is he just nervous to start a new relationship or to put all his eggs in one basket…OMG help. My advice is to stick with the relationship but have a goal of understanding where he is at in regard to being committed to one another.
I found your site and noticed this thread when doing some research on this very issue. com profile has been a sore spot off and on throughout our relationship.
We met on Match. com in January and met in person two months later. Before meeting in person, he asked if it was premature for him to take his profile down. He said he really liked me and was growing tired of online dating.
I assured him that I liked him too but felt it was premature for me to take mine down before meeting in person. I told him he could do what he wanted, but until we actually met I could not do that. After meeting in person, he asked me to be his lady and asked if we could leave Match. I assumed leaving Match meant that we would actually hide our profiles so that we would not come up in a search and that is what I did. I checked to see if he hid his profile some time later and not only was it still there, he was online when I checked.
I sent him a screen capture showing him online and asked him to explain because I thought we were exclusive. He said that he got an alert that he had a new message and so he was just responding to the email letting the person know that he was seeing someone and wanted to see how things would go with her. And really, it just saves time. When we did have another conversation about it, he said that he had never taken his profile down.
He always left it up whether he was in a relationship or not. He assured me that his subscription was going to expire soon and he would not be renewing and that he was only responding to email letting people know he was seeing someone.
He said he was not looking for someone else. Ok, so he has never taken his profile down and he did not want to do anything different because that is just him. I told him that what his visible profile said to me and everybody who saw it is that he is single, available, and looking for a date. To me, it is no different than sitting at the bar and having a sign that says just that. I painted him that picture too. I said what if we were sitting at the bar and you are wearing this sign, so women after women walk up to you to express their interest and you keep telling them that you are with me.
I even mentioned that because he had told me that he is a flirt it bothered me even more. A few weeks later, he let me know that I would not be able to find his profile and that I probably already knew that. I was shocked that he finally hid it because nothing he said in the past would indicate that he would ever do that. A couple weeks later it was visible again. I asked him about it because I was confused because I thought we were doing ok.
He said we were but he put it back because he felt like he was just doing it for me and if he started changing little things then it would lead to other things.
I never saw it as a little thing but always said that it was not changing him or who he was. Knowing how Match works, I continued to check his online status and believed his subscription had expired because his status had gotten to the active within 3 weeks mark. Each time I check his profile, I looked to see if he added new pictures or updated in profile in any way. He changed his headline, deleted a few things and reworded a few things.
During our last visit, we talked about where we were and I expressed some concern about lack of communication. He said he wanted us to do better and asked if we could hit the reset button. But, something told me to wait until I talked to him.
After cooling off a bit, I called and confronted him. He said that a few months back, he got an email about renewing and he logged on and deleted some pictures and updated his profile but did not renew. So, he said he updated months ago. I told him what I had seen. See, I created a fake profile and contacted him. He did not reply but I saw that he read the email, something you cannot do unless you are a paid subscriber.
He said he did not know what to say because he had not been on there and reminded me that he did not renew his subscription when it expired a long time ago. He said that really Match. com had really been a waste of time and money and he had no desire to spend that kind of money again on it. And he asked why he would ask to hit reset with me and then go looking for someone else.
He said that if I wanted to know how he felt about me and us then I should just ask him and not go sneaking around. When we discussed it before, I believed his reasoning about being on there. So, why would he lie to me now? He has been honest about being on both sides of cheating in a relationship and told me when we discussed this last week that he has dated two women in the same town at the same time. Then he said that neither of us needed to go online if we wanted to cheat and he said that he was sure guys hit on me all the time but he had to trust that I walked away.
He said that sneaking around like this will drive you crazy because if you are looking for something to give you doubts about the relationship, you will always find something whether it is what it appears or not. He said he has been there and has done exactly what I have done so he can speak from experience.
I have Googled this online now status thing and have found others have been in this situation as well where the party who shows online says they were not online. I have also seen where some created fake profiles to check on their status on their real profile and it showed them online when they had not been.
I also saw recently that since Hotmail and Match are owned by the same party, if you open Hotmail it will show you online on Match. Not sure if that is true but my boyfriend does have a Hotmail account. Taking all of this into consideration and hearing what my boyfriend said, I really want to believe him, BUT what I did not tell him is that he has a highlighted profile. It has green around it. This is only available to paid subscribers. I even confirmed this via telephone with Match. I asked if a person had a highlighted profile before, would it stay green once their subscription ended.
I was assured that if someone had a highlighted profile, they were a paid subscriber. Given that, my boyfriend is either lying to me, Match renewed his subscription when he said not to, or someone is posing as him. I have not mentioned the highlighted profile to my boyfriend.
Should I bring this up when I see him or just leave it alone? Also, I plan to check his profile while we are together this weekend to see if his status shows online. If it says online while he is with me then it could indicate something fishy going on with Match. I am in the same boat it seems.
I met a great guy on PoF — we were also both on Match…. We have been dating for almost 5 months. I was previously also on OurTime and Zoosk…. well wild hair caught me a month ago and I logged into OurTime — my profile was deactivated with no photos and really barely any information, same with Zoosk… funny a simple search and there his face was — active that day… I looked on Zoosk… suprise… there he was, active that day. I had asked if he was still on the sites and he said no….
I told him I had deleted my profiles, which I did — deactivate anyhow. We have a great relationship — see each other often and both like our alone time too. He is a Scorpio and they have major trust issues. I hope anyways. I have been seeing a guy for about 4 months but we are in a long distance relationship. I took myself offline after about a month.
To my dismay he was online! He has even suggested we go skiing near wear his daughter is at school and I could meet her. I am so upset. My profile is hidden too but I doubt he even knows he could see me if he even checked his past contacts. I guess my question is. Do I mention something before I go out there or not? Personally I think he is just curious and LD is a lot of work but I really feel strongly that he is worth it. Franck Dorlaud Yes I agree that keeping a dating profile active is cheating, we all agree with this sort of behaviour and there is no other name than a disrespectful, degrading behaviour or anything, however, my disagreement lies with is the mono-lateral mention of gender.
When writing to make interesting interesting and pertinent points, we want to take distance from partiality. simply because partiality falsifies the credibility of the author and in turn the substance of her or his arguments, biased analysis is an unintellectual exercise…. It should be called nothing else than disrespectful, degrading demeaning behaviour. However, my disagreement lies with is the mono-lateral reference to gender.
When writing to raise interesting and pertinent points, efficient authors take distance from partiality, simply because partiality falsifies the credibility of the author and in turn the substance of her or his arguments, biased analysis is an unintellectual exercise….. The author of this interesting topic made a fundamental mistake in using men only when this study if it is any, unequivocally should have included both genders, since the omitted gender is not an exception to the rule.
Research that contains errors of this importance should not be taken seriously especially when they are not even peer reviewed…. Just my standpoint. My boyfriend of 5 months now has an online account. I met him on that site. My account is disabled. During our first month he lost his job and his mother was diagnosed with cancer.
I told him I would stay with him during the hard times. Our relationship is long distance about 37 minutes away. I only started watching the account after his breakdown. I thought something was wrong. Now after two months of not being on he was on again. I asked what he was up to that day and when I did he logged on an hour later same day he first logged on.
I was devastated. A day went by nothing on his account but I had a feeling so I checked an when I did he happen to log on right after me. Yet he was on for a minute. He told me I was scaring him. I thought maybe I forced him into the relationship. See my boyfriend has been in a very terrible relationship of 10 years.
It was on and off. He told me he asked her to marry him but later on she claimed he forced her into it. She used him for money and during the time was talking to another guy behind him. He said he knows he can be a better boyfriend to me but he has that block sometimes and the main issue is money to take me out. So after work I decided to text a long message to him about how I felt I too pressured him into the relationship. SeeI told him weeks prior I loved him which scared him.
He said it was a big deal. As I know he might not feel the same. To which he said lets not jump to conclusions on that. He came back to me after a few days of silence. So I wrote the message, I told him about how people had abused me and used me in the past.
How no one cared about how their selfish acts hurt me it was always about what they wanted. It was in way selfish I think cause now he may feel stuck. I felt I was no better then them myself. I want to talk to him about it but it might not be as big deal as I think if he is only on once a month for only a minute. Any advice if you get this would be appreciated. Sorry this was long. Online Dating Blog Search this website Home Online Dating Blog My Boyfriend Has Kept His Online Dating Profile Active.
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Comments 73 Comments 0 Trackbacks. jan October 5, Thankyou Louise so miuch for being brave and honest I have one such man and it is just awful I dont trust him so ultimately will end the relationship Its so painful as we get on so well and are very compatible I am very angry and disappointed in his behaviour.
Louise May 10, PS AND…… DO NOT….. YOU DO NOT….. With GOOD reason!!!!! GOD BLESS. cathy November 14, Yeah everything you said is like what im going through. julia February 24, OMG,,i feel everything that has been spoken about here. iggybxxx November 6, Read on! I wish I had known this before I had the dreaded accusatory talk with my ex…. I thought it only happened when you reply, but this, they confirmed, is not the case. ximena July 2, I do not have a very big social life,to me dating sites are alternatives to meet some one.
CanD October 7, It is not about TRUST. It is about RESPECT. Looking for friends? Holly October 17, I am currently going through this we have been dating for 6 months and had plenty of talks on my boyfriend being online daily. jean October 24, I met what I thought was a nice, normal guy. CanD September 24, Its narcissistic pathological abuse to you. please help October 25, i have the same problem, when we met, he closed his profile, and we spent around 7 months good, then suddenely, I found his profile active, and I got mad and told him, he said, he just keep it but he does not look to anyone, he closed again and I forgave him, he changed said to me manytime that he will come to enagage me,for the last one he did not and again he opened his profile again,,, I got mad for the third time, and I sent him a msg, he said that person is his friend.
please tell me we are know each other around a year and 2 months. Kathy November 12, Wow, the same thing happened to me. Annie June 11, De Je Vu GET RID OF HIM. Brad October 26, I think you need to let him know that he needs to stop doing this. Rhonda November 3, This just happened to me two days ago for a second time with a guy I was seeing for 7 months. jessica78 November 4, What do you do when the guy you have been dating for over four years still has an active match.
Once a cheater always a cheater. On your computer, type "www. See if he has an active account this way. Go to a few popular dating sites, like Tinder, Bumble, OKCupid, Match, Hinge, and Plenty of Fish.
When it asks you to log in, enter in his email address, then type a random password. Then, set your age range to include your boyfriend, and turn your location range to be as close as it can. The best way to be sure is to look at his downloaded apps. If you have a spare moment with his phone, search through his apps for sites like Bumble, Tinder, Match, or Hinge.
Keep in mind that checking his phone is a breach of privacy, and it could negatively impact your relationship. He may be logging onto dating sites on his computer. If you have access to his desktop or laptop, open up his browser and head to the upper right corner.
Just like checking his phone, snooping on his computer could be bad for your trust in each other. It might sound scary, but it will probably give you the most peace. They can help your boyfriend determine why he keeps lying and what might get him to tell the truth.
All healthy relationships are built on a foundation of trust. Then, you can challenge all of your mistrustful thoughts with questions like, "What evidence do I have that this thought is true?
Mistrust can be hard to work through on your own. They can give you coping mechanisms and specific things to try in your relationship to make it work. Logging onto a dating site is a huge breach of trust, and many would consider it cheating. Rebecca Tenzer, MAT, MA, LCSW, CCTP, CGCS, CCATP, CCFP. Set aside time each week for a "relationship check-in. Yes No. Not Helpful 0 Helpful 4. Include your email address to get a message when this question is answered.
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I don't know what to do. We are committed and we have been together a while. I cannot admit to snooping in his computer to find evidence of this but now that I know and on this particular site you can see that he is logging in almost daily do you think it's just to get his jollies online or does it sound like I have to worry about him leaving or cheating. What's the best thing to do since I can't admit to the way I found out.
Start a fake profile say hi to him talk to him ask him to meet u somewhere and when he shows up it's u! And break up with him them and there! Then give me a call so that I can break u off some and u can back at him that way! It is a site where allegedly people make friends and singles meet badoo. He wrote that he is single and "open to anything" He is caucasian as am I and I noticed that he is looking at the profile of African-American and Tahitian-looking women exotic, dark haired women.
I am nothing like that so what does it mean? Could he be just trying to make friends? But he writes that he will not respond to guys so if he wanted friends, why not respond to guys?? Admit what you did and call him out. This is seriously a deal breaker!! That sucks! I'd be pretty hurt Sounds like you guys need to have a talk. Jay, if I do that I have to admit to sneaking into his computer there is a password I figured out and if I say I stubmled on his profile, he'll probably blame shift like "what were YOU doing on the site?
Marcy- Seems like ur in denial! Oh well a dumb broad like u deserves to be cheated on if that's the case! this is easy.. create a fake profile, contact him and see what he does. haha I know deep down that there will always be trust issues. But is this something men do, do they need reassurance by creating online profiles? by the way, he put photos of himself 10 years ago on the profile. I think regardless of whether he's actually cheating or playing, his heart isn't with you anymore.
Move on, Marcy.. you deserve better than that. if u even have to ask a question about this, then u already know the answer. Jenna: I know there can never be trust again. I wanted to be sure what people thought. I don't know if men need to feel attractive by going online. He is getting older and what he is losing on his head he is gaining around the waist. Could it be like a midlife crisis? Jay "sneakerhead" L.
says: Start a fake profile say hi to him talk to him ask him to meet u somewhere and when he shows up it's u! Marcy - pls listen to you INTUITION you do not need to ask any of us. Denial is a very scary place to be. Logging in almost daily is bad : I was in this same situation a few years ago. I confronted him and was going to leave him. He broke down and begged me not to said he just wanted to see if he still "had it". In his defense, I wasnt always liberal with the compliments, and he had poor self esteem.
This was 3 years ago and we're still going strong. That was the only time I had a reason to not trust him and it hasnt happened again. I know how it feels though. It's shitty : Big hug to you I hope you get through whatever the underlying issue is with him and maybe it will make your relationship stronger. But, if something like this has happened before, or you just feel nervous about it in your gut, i'd say make some changes.
Good luck, regardless! The reason he's on a dating site is because he's not satisfied in the relationship which may have to do with you or more likely it's in his DNA. Whether he's acting on it remains to be seen or maybe you'll never know but he's clearly looking for someone else.
Unless you guys are in a rocky time I'd cut out because most men don't change. Just saw that he put he's "open to anything". Sorry honey - run! he could be searching for a 3some, that's not bad right? She is a troll!!! And if she is not the her dumb ass deserves to be cheated on! Jessica, thanks for sharing. I do think he is self-conscious. He used to be HOT. Now he is starting to look old Nancy that's what I was thinking about doing but it doesn't make my friend look to great Also, when I chatted with him on a ghost profile, he admitted about having a girlfriend but told "me" that my parents were a problem I only have one parent and she loves him so WTF At the same time he keeps pusing to move in toghether and I'm thinking, "I do not understand this guy!
Jay: Meet me under the bridge with Al to get some revenge uno dos treis! Al why come here to be mean? Ok, like my bf I put a photo that's 10 years old too but me. well if that's all then it's ok. That's what I'm trying to figure out. Is badoo just for dating or do people use it to make "friends. Lucy I swear I'm female. That's funny. Ask me something only a girl would know and I'll answer quick.
Mimi, no garbage disposal, why?? you should try some role play. maybe he is just bored too? he might not have any plans on actually meeting any people that get in touch with him.
i have some profiles and it's really just out of killing some time. It looks like he just wants to take a dip in some chocolate. He's just curious. Tell him you know about it and take it from there. Get some butt implants and some black face make up, that should make him happy. Just out of curiosity Jeeena, Jay and whoever else.
What benefit is in it for me to do this if it's not true? If I post it's to have opinions and reassurance and vent. You think it's too ridiculous to have actually happened? I kind of feel the same way, disbelief but I am not bsing anyone.
Marcy is real, guys. The funny thing is it's the same people every time trying to pick out trolls and they're always wrong. You must think I'm pretty pathetic. It's hard since we've been together for four years. He doesn't use Yelp. I wanted an anonymous forum to ask an embarassing question since I don't want to tell my family and friends about this, it's too humiliating. Thanks everyone for your support.
give him the 4 day hall pass and when he returns he will be refreshed and your relationship shall begin anew! while he is away you should call me. Jeena, you're right. I needed a kick in the ass. And some courage now
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