Breaking up. Tags lie. Your Ex asking to be friends after breaking up is like... Kidnappers asking to "keep 'in touch" after letting you go.. Promise to keep in touch ok gringo? description lies
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#2 - radiohazard
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(02/14/2013) [-]
Promise to keep in touch ok gringo?
#3 - hetmartino
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(02/14/2013) [-]
or saying "Your dog died, but hey, you can keep it"
User avatar #21 to #3 - hurleyy
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(02/15/2013) [-]
only difference is you can't have sex with your ex- girlfriend
#40 to #21 - frysandaburger
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(02/15/2013) [-]
You can play fetch with your dead dog too...
You just need a new dog to chase the pieces...
#38 to #21 - anon id: 101347b3
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i can't even
#23 - rplix
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**rplix rolled a random image posted in comment #2910167 at Item Collecting Game ** Whatever this is, I will draw in paint
#28 to #23 - anon id: 7545fc8b
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(02/15/2013) [-]
BOB...SAGET!
#24 to #23 - rplix
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(02/15/2013) [-]
Lol
#64 to #24 - anon id: ff96c77e
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piss!
#33 - ihatebuffering
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No, it's not.
No, it's not.
#37 to #33 - sheathedfang
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Answer me this if you are ****** over in a relationship and the break up isn't mutual especially if the girl dumped you, how do you become friends again. First off the guy still wants the girl, and anything they do as friends will just remind the guy of what he can't have. It's a guys goal to make himself happy, how in the hell would being reminded every time he sees this "friend", that he can't have her with even more extra work now. How in the hell would a friendship work over un mutual terms please explain
User avatar #54 to #37 - ihatebuffering
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(Ex)Girlfriend recently dumped me because she basically lost the "relationship" feelings for me, but still held all the same friendship feelings we had from the start. I was obviously butthurt for about a week and half or so before I pulled myself together and stopped being such a beta bitch. Why would you let something so unimportant ruin your friendship? Your friends should always be just as, if not more, important than a relationship. But that's just mine, a few other's, opinion. I respect your view, and any disagreements you have with mine.
#55 to #54 - sheathedfang
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I hate when people resort to being a beta bitch. It's not wrong to feel you are cheated out of something... sure friendships are very VERY important and very few things wreck that bond. I am not saying it isn't easy to have a friendship after a relationship but it might not be wise because if you still harbor feelings you are no doubt going to be conflicted when being a friend... I don't know it's hard to explain my view and mines probably not completely thought out but I do appreciate the feedback.
I hate when people resort to being a beta bitch. It's not wrong to feel you are cheated out of something... sure friendships are very VERY important and very few things wreck that bond. I am not saying it isn't easy to have a friendship after a relationship but it might not be wise because if you still harbor feelings you are no doubt going to be conflicted when being a friend... I don't know it's hard to explain my view and mines probably not completely thought out but I do appreciate the feedback.
User avatar #56 to #55 - ihatebuffering
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(02/15/2013) [-]
Nah dude, I get what you mean. The feelings are always still kinda there, itching and scratching at you, and you're expected to ignore them. I got you. It is easier to just stop being friends, sure, but better? That's debatable.
Have a good night/day, and I hope you don't get stuck in a position that we're talking about any time soon.
User avatar #57 to #56 - sheathedfang
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Oh I am currently in one that's why I have mixed feelings about it. Yeah it's been great getting some insight gl to you ;)
User avatar #44 to #37 - ovehnine
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Should probably stop seeing that girl until you've pulled yourself the **** together. He can still have anything they do as friends.
User avatar #45 to #44 - sheathedfang
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Eh, whatever I stand by the fact I think after a non mutual break-up you can't be friends anymore
User avatar #46 to #45 - ovehnine
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and why is that? I'm genuinely curious.
User avatar #48 to #46 - sheathedfang
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Well frankly, what is a friendship really for but to make one happy and to be mutually beneficial correct? Through a relationship into that and it becomes something more to usually both people. Take that away from 1 side of the party and they no longer feel the happiness that was once there. By the other person wanting to remain friends is like a slap in the face because they are pretty much saying oh I enjoyed the more heightened friendship we got while we were dating but ehhhh you just don't give me the same amount of happiness I could get from someone else. It's completely annoying for the other person because not only have they taken away whatever happiness you got from the emotional connection you had together but now they are pretty much saying hey at the expense of your happiness I want you to continue making me feel good but I will give you minimal effort back. In a relationship both parties are intrigued by eachother and work towards their happiness but now in a un mutual breakup one person is getting an expected amount of happiness and the other is being denied what they want so it's just unfair, the person who wants to remain friends still gets what she wants where as the person who was dumped has to suffer through a minimal amount of what he wants. Sure some may say it's worth it but to me it is still unfair.
User avatar #49 to #48 - ovehnine
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Yeah, but friendship is also caring for the happiness of your friend. A true friend would want the best for their friend and wouldn't want them to continue a relationship if they could potentially be in a better one. All these girl examples don't sound like girlfriends to me. They don't even sound like a friend.
#50 to #49 - sheathedfang
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Eh, everyone has a different opinion I am sure the whole scenario could be analyzed deeper but this is funnyjunk and I have a sociology test tomorrow so SCREW THAT, but I respect and admire your zeal in friendships after relationships
User avatar #51 to #50 - ovehnine
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Well, I've never actually had a place to talk since I've never been in a relationship. I DO have one friend who I'm pretty close with. I used to think that I liked her. Just kinda wondering on what might have happened if she turned out to like me. I just don't think that a simple failed relationship attempt should ruin a bond so close.
User avatar #52 to #51 - ovehnine
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That's all. See ya around.
User avatar #47 - Rolyat
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I'm still friends with my ex girlfriends. Why is that such a challenge for some people
#22 - robotrone
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my parents have been divorced for over 15 years and they are still friends...
my parents have been divorced for over 15 years and they are still friends...
#7 - anon id: 6aa9c3c5
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Or you could actually want to still be friends; knowing a girl doesn't mean you have to be **** buddies... There's a girl I dumped who I still hang out with. We're friends.
User avatar #10 to #7 - RandomAnonGuy
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I met a girl at my tae kwon do lessons, we dated for seven and a half months and we're still friends.
Friends that occasionally punch one another in the face and avoid eye contact on valentines day, but friends none the less.
User avatar #43 - jinjo
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Or you could be mature seeing you don't work out romntically, but friend-wise you could be the best of friends. I think that's called maturity.
#14 - poutinesalad
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(02/15/2013) [-]
It's more like someone buying you a car, letting you drive it for months/years then comin back later to take it away.  From that point on you only get to ride as a passenger.
It's more like someone buying you a car, letting you drive it for months/years then comin back later to take it away. From that point on you only get to ride as a passenger.