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    A friend just told me about my ex's Facebook wall.

    Apparently her room mate (who is a huge skank), wrote on her wall 'Get. It. In'

    She replied saying 'Inappropriate. I hate you'

    Her roomate 'Love you!'

    Sigh.

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    That's why Facebook is the devil. She could say I have to pee really bad and I'd read it as I'm so in love with someone and so happy I left my ex. Don't read into it. Its probably nothing.

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    Originally Posted by thekid55
    A friend just told me about my ex's Facebook wall.

    Apparently her room mate (who is a huge skank), wrote on her wall 'Get. It. In'

    She replied saying 'Inappropriate. I hate you'

    Her roomate 'Love you!'

    Sigh.
    Dude don't read into anything. ANYTHING!! It could just be an inside joke, which it probably is. Trust me on this, I've gone through the exact same thing. * * * * ing facebook.

    BTW, it ALWAYS turned out to be an inside joke.

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    Yep, probably an inside joke.

    Just a room mate looking to stir the pot.

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    unless somehow all this makes you feel better you could always ask your friends not to report what's going on on facebook. you may as well be there yourself...

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    Your friends don't need to talk to you about your ex... That's just fuel to the fire and that's a quote from Jersey Shores. I know I used to watch the show with the ex. Your mutual friends need to stop talking about her for your own sake. That would kill me to know what she's doing so I distance myself from certain people to avoid conversations about the ex. I also asked them to not bring it up. I think you need to do the same. Like the millions of post that we look for answers the less we know, the better we are off. I'm feeling good right now (lol thank god)

    Make a list.
    1: Who your mutual friends are.
    2: If they bring it up ask them not to.
    3: Don't bring her up
    4: Distant yourself if you need to.
    5: Don't show your hurting because they would more then likely tell her.

    That's all i can say because that's what I've been doing.

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    Get it In is a jersey shore reference to getting some action, or getting it in. Maybe shes trying to get it in with someone, maybe the roomate got it in and was sharing - as usual, with all FB updates, they are meaningless.

    I agree with others - tell your friends not to provide you with FB updates.

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    Thanks for the replies.

    Honestly, I think it was just a joke. Probably some guy was trying to hit on her or something that she wasn't interested in. The room mate likes to stir the pot anyway.

    I know the Jersey shore reference well. It means hooking up, etc.

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    I'm healing, but I'm tired of being without you.

    I did a lot of things wrong in our relationship and I'm going to hold up my end of the bargain. I'm working on myself. I'm pretty much happy again. I've made new friends, really worked on myself, improved things that you hated. I'm not completely there yet, but I'm getting there.

    Are you working on yourself? Are you holding up your end of the bargain or are you just running away?

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    Do nothing because nothing works. It's a win-win. You heal, which the most important thing. Your ex also starts to wonder, which is secondary.

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