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    I've been drinking with this guy I knew from the past, 23 yrs ago. Didn't have much in common, I think. But I was a a bit drunk and I broke my bottle, so this guy says it's on him. I drank one, then the second and third, etc,., and this guy starts ranting about his failed relationship to me. I was really about to say "fuck off you failed relationship guy, go star in a gay porn film" but this beer somewhat got me soft or something and I endured it. It was hell.

    I didn't say "fuck off you cunt, I don't want to hear that" in the end but I did interrupt him and shook his hand and said I have to go.

    Furthermore, I missed some girl I wanted to talk to because of him.

    How do any of yous deal with this kind of oppression?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Absurd View Post
    I've been drinking with this guy I knew from the past, 23 yrs ago. Didn't have much in common, I think. But I was a a bit drunk and I broke my bottle, so this guy says it's on him. I drank one, then the second and third, etc,., and this guy starts ranting about his failed relationship to me. I was really about to say "fuck off you failed relationship guy, go star in a gay porn film" but this beer somewhat got me soft or something and I endured it. It was hell.

    I didn't say "fuck off you cunt, I don't want to hear that" in the end but I did interrupt him and shook his hand and said I have to go.

    Furthermore, I missed some girl I wanted to talk to because of him.

    How do any of yous deal with this kind of oppression?
    Give yourself plenty of time to heal and recuperate. Remember that time heals all wounds. Put away pictures, gifts or any mementos that remind you of your friend. It is natural to experience feelings of denial, but do your best to resist the urge to call your friend and ask to get back together. Immediately after a break-up, you are at your most vulnerable state, so be careful not to get into a rebound relationship that may prove to be a mistake. Avoid some of the pitfalls, such as drowning your sorrows in alcohol, and instead channel all of your energy into positive activities that make you feel good about yourself.








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    Quote Originally Posted by Trevor View Post
    Give yourself plenty of time to heal and recuperate. Remember that time heals all wounds. Put away pictures, gifts or any mementos that remind you of your friend. It is natural to experience feelings of denial, but do your best to resist the urge to call your friend and ask to get back together. Immediately after a break-up, you are at your most vulnerable state, so be careful not to get into a rebound relationship that may prove to be a mistake. Avoid some of the pitfalls, such as drowning your sorrows in alcohol, and instead channel all of your energy into positive activities that make you feel good about yourself.
    And in facking English?

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