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post #16 of 150
When there is a doubt, there is no doubt!!!! Unless you like some kind of African decoration like below... ... :

post #17 of 150
End it no matter what excuse she gives you, feel down for awhile stay single, then move on when you're ready.

It's already over - you just don't want to suffer which is why you are accepting the excuse of "we never touched" (most likely a lie anyway).

That being said, you will most likely hang on suffer for a long time and end up in the same miserable place. I hope you prove me wrong, but doing the right thing is hard.

Sorry man.
post #18 of 150
I know how you cant keep that guy away from her, just spread the rumor at her workplace that she has STD's,
post #19 of 150
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Originally Posted by choomanchoo View Post
I know how you cant keep that guy away from her, just spread the rumor at her workplace that she has STD's,
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAH, absolutely wonderful!!!
post #20 of 150
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Originally Posted by robm321 View Post
End it no matter what excuse she gives you, feel down for awhile stay single, then move on when you're ready.

It's already over - you just don't want to suffer which is why you are accepting the excuse of "we never touched" (most likely a lie anyway).

That being said, you will most likely hang on suffer for a long time and end up in the same miserable place. I hope you prove me wrong, but doing the right thing is hard.

Sorry man.
Absolutely correct. You obviously care a lot about this girl and she's digging into your insecurities.....its unhealthy.

I also think if you quit her, she may completely forget about this guy, I dont think it will drive her to him. And if it does, it was good that you left cause it was going to happen anyway.
post #21 of 150
N E X T.
post #22 of 150
One last thing........a girl (or guy) will only tell their partner about a crush they have on someone else if they feel guilty about something. If they feel guilty about something, it means they have done something wrong. No one feels guilty about having a crush on a person, it happens all the time, but I see no reason to feel guilty unless you've done something.
post #23 of 150
Thread Starter 
Thanks you guys, I really appreciate your help. I'll talk to her tonight about it and I will update you on things. I'm just talking to some of my friends to see what they think too. All your comments have been either helpful or funny, thanks for cheering me up.

I have decided that we should take a break from each other. *Ouch*

-Rx7
post #24 of 150
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Originally Posted by choomanchoo View Post
I know how you cant keep that guy away from her, just spread the rumor at her workplace that she has STD's,


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Originally Posted by 1911 View Post
hit it one more time for old time's sake and then move on..or your next thread will be a crybaby thread about how you got dumped and are so blue
The best move suggested.

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Originally Posted by ziplock View Post
That is unacceptable on her part. She wants to have her cake and eat it too. Really, what the ***** is that?? Personally, I would get out of that relationship before you really get hurt. There are entirely too many women in the world to be wasting time with her. I'm sorry if my response is a bit harsh, but I see trouble coming your way my friend! Good luck!

~Zip
That's exactly what happened here. She wants to see where her crush will lead to meanwhile she wants to keep you on the side in case it's not working out. Do you want to be a backup for her and be in the same situation when she got another crush on someone else?
My suggestion, end it fast or take her for granted for the time being but dump her sooner or later. IMHO your relationship is over and it's not your fault.
post #25 of 150
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Originally Posted by rx7_fan View Post
Than
I have decided that we should take a break from each other. *Ouch*

-Rx7
Good for you man. Now make sure you NEVER go back! Who knows where she's been? Just stay away ad be with your friends a lot.
post #26 of 150
Theres an overwhelming concensus of opinion on this one my friend and for good reason. Like others , my advice would be to take control of the situation now , thus saving yourself the inevitable head**** of desperately trying to salvage a doomed relationship. Move on immediately.
post #27 of 150
doesnt seem like a very good situation indeed!

taking the break i guess would be a good thing... just don't go into it with high hopes of revitalizing the relationship though. the time separation will allow her to act on her instinct... lets see how it pans out.

hoping for the best for you! (plus there are many other fish in the ocean!)
post #28 of 150
check the urban dictionary for the term bucking bronco.
post #29 of 150

the fun way out

have a great session me break up sex .the next day give her a call and tell her you not ready or dont feel like being in a relation ship and send her flowers and the most depressing music you have .atleast she will know she lost a great law and she would spend the rest me her life wondering why you did it and while you my man can move on to newer conquests or just spend you week looking to your gadgets. Thats why id do .
post #30 of 150
Seriously and in all honesty, if you ever (soberly) doubt the strength of a relationship you are in, it's time to move on. No maybes or exceptions; move on.
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