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Yes 1 7.69%
 
No 2 15.38%
 
Don't care 10 76.92%
 
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People always want what they don't have. When they have it, they don't want it anymore.

I would take it as a valuable lesson.

You're at the fork in the road. One path is ominous and the other is the reincarnated guy who had high aspirations. Choose wisely.

Oh, and there's always strip clubs.



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Snesboy said:
REDZONE said:
When she said the other girls thought you were hot,I had to scroll back up at your profile and had a chuckle.Yup she's full of shit.

Ouch. Harsh, but not surprising ;)

Barozi said:
You married her far too quickly, so I'm not surprised it didn't last. You barely knew her and yet you proposed marriage to her after only 6 months.
Remove the marriage from your story and it sounds like a typical relationship that didn't last long. (it probably would've been over even sooner if you weren't married).

Probably, but I can't change the past. Though I know not to rush into in the future.

d21lewis said:
I don't know enough about you or her to blame someone. You seem cool, though. I have to believe that, at some point you guys really were in love. One thing is for sure:

Marriage is hard.

I've been married since April 2016 and, while it's mostly good/great, there's definitely been a few times I wanted to jump into a river of piranhas to end the suffering.

Don't be bitter. Don't get discouraged. It'll happen when it happens.

Both are true.

Please don't jump into a piranha river though, together we can make VGChartz great again haha

I kid,I kid just playing with ya man.



Snesboy said:
Ganoncrotch said:
If you were with her for that long and you posted on here 11k times it's likely that it was known to her that you visit and post on here. I'm just saying that it might not be the best of ideas that you post openly about such a thing, I've a feeling you'll wanna edit this post back to an "onwards and upwards" type of post in a couple of days, I know I did and you'll honestly feel better off looking towards the future rather than back at the past and thinking what could have gone differently.

....

Onwards and upwards!

Also advice that I got from the 80+ year old mother of one of my mates after my big blow out a few years ago, "the best way to get over a girl, is to get under another" Was great advice that!

I stopped posting here consistently in 2012. Didn't really come back until this year. But thanks for the advice.

Well I mean from your post count... say if every post took you 5 mins to think up and create on here that would mean you spent a total of 40days on this site, 54 when you factor in 8 hours of sleep so I would say it's not an insignificant amount of time, surely it would have come up in conversation as to what you like to spend your time doing? that she would have been aware of your hobbies and hangouts, even those in the years prior to meeting the girl. Everyone I've dated has had a chuckle at a point at my time spent in WoW (2 years of game time) but at the same time.... because of that time I have friends all over Europe and have spent time in loads of countries which I never would have without that game.

NP with the advice btw, it's tough to do it but remember, you are living for the future, don't dwell in the past too much, especially not the bad times.



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Ganoncrotch said:
Snesboy said:

I stopped posting here consistently in 2012. Didn't really come back until this year. But thanks for the advice.

Well I mean from your post count... say if every post took you 5 mins to think up and create on here that would mean you spent a total of 40days on this site, 54 when you factor in 8 hours of sleep so I would say it's not an insignificant amount of time, surely it would have come up in conversation as to what you like to spend your time doing? that she would have been aware of your hobbies and hangouts, even those in the years prior to meeting the girl. Everyone I've dated has had a chuckle at a point at my time spent in WoW (2 years of game time) but at the same time.... because of that time I have friends all over Europe and have spent time in loads of countries which I never would have without that game.

NP with the advice btw, it's tough to do it but remember, you are living for the future, don't dwell in the past too much, especially not the bad times.

I actually don't think we ever talked about it. I talked a lot about videogames and all that but never about this website...Weird, I know.



Snesboy said:
d21lewis said:
Two questions:

1.) How old are you?
2.) Who kept the house?

28.

We sold it and are splitting the profit. We close next week and that'll be it.

At least you're not stuck with the place and everything that goes along with it.

And, in my opinion, nobody should get married in their 20s. I think people have too much growing up to do in their 20s. People want love but, even at that age, I don't think people really know what they want in a partner. Especially females.



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kirby007 said:
Your not even in the top 20

Could you tell me my rank? I haven't been banned for a while but I used to be a lot.



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d21lewis said:

Barozi said:

I've been married for a year now and absolutely nothing has changed compared to the previous seven years we spent together.
Thus it makes me think that it doesn't have aynthing to do with marriage. However, maintaining a relationship is hard.

Met my wife in 2014 and got married in 2016 after a year of living together. Maybe nothing really changed but psychologically, there's this feeling that "you can't just breakup" if something goes wrong. You feel more trapped. Not to mention people seeing how happy you are and wanting to either ruin the relationship or be part of the relationship (if you know what I mean).

But the good far outweighs the bad. A good marriage is like hanging out with your closest friend who also touches your penis. Can't see myself ever being single again, even though I'm in the doghouse a couple of times a year for no apparent reason.

I'm listening. 



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Edit: No red light district, though. That's nasty, man. 



Fallawful said:
d21lewis said:

Met my wife in 2014 and got married in 2016 after a year of living together. Maybe nothing really changed but psychologically, there's this feeling that "you can't just breakup" if something goes wrong. You feel more trapped. Not to mention people seeing how happy you are and wanting to either ruin the relationship or be part of the relationship (if you know what I mean).

But the good far outweighs the bad. A good marriage is like hanging out with your closest friend who also touches your penis. Can't see myself ever being single again, even though I'm in the doghouse a couple of times a year for no apparent reason.

I'm listening. 

😂 I'll just say that on a couple of occasions, there have been people that found both of us attractive. Now we just keep to ourselves.



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Fallawful said:

I don't what to say to you SNESboy my boy. If you want some escapism come to Amsterdam for a drug-fuelled, self-destructive petty spree, it should be fun.

Edit: No red light district, though. That's nasty, man. 

But the Red Light District is where I spend most of my time.