Funny think about about this post just the other day an ex tried to friend me! I denied the request since we broke things off we did not stay friends after the break up no need to start now! We dated for 3 years in HS then he started working as a bouncer at a night club he met someone there that was ready to get married since he was leaving for the navy, was was a jr in HS and was not ready to get hitched just yet. So we broke up in 10/94 and he married the waitress on 12/03/94. From what I hear she has been cheating on him ever since!View Thread
Awesome news!! Seems like things are looking better each and every day!! Count your blessings!! I will be rooting for you!! I hope to hear from many more happy stories from you!! Speaking of FB I am always looking to add new friends!View Thread
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