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    That's not a cultural thing, that a maturity thing. The frat boy who never grows up...sigh.

    Don't waste your time.

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    Originally Posted by SherrySher
    That's not a cultural thing, that a maturity thing. The frat boy who never grows up...sigh.

    Don't waste your time.
    Itís a done deal...we parted on good terms but thatís as far as it goes...I donít hold grudges but I wonít beat a dead horse either.

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    Originally Posted by Gymgirl71
    Itís a done deal...we parted on good terms but thatís as far as it goes...I donít hold grudges but I wonít beat a dead horse either.
    Gym...this post is like....literally beating a dead horse......

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    Originally Posted by figureitout23
    Gym...this post is like....literally beating a dead horse......

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    Originally Posted by figureitout23
    Gym...this post is like....literally beating a dead horse......
    Can we all just do a shot already?

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    Originally Posted by bluecastle
    Can we all just do a shot already?
    go to my exes house, he will gladly provide you with one..

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    You sound angry about his "partying".

    Are you angry with him because his partying ruined your relationship?

    And why are you still speaking to him?

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    Originally Posted by Gymgirl71
    I am speaking from experience..my ex was 45. He would drink heavy every weekend, and would say ďitís a cultural thingĒ I think thatís a cop out but thatís just me..I second guessed myself thinking maybe Iím judging but at 45, drinking all weekend long and at LEAST 2 days during the week and then laughing about it in the morning..itís a huge turnoff..itís like a frat boy..is it just me?
    Why did you even date him? How long did you date? On top of that, he was unreliable and flaked on you all the time.

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    Originally Posted by Gymgirl71
    I donít even know...he must be. I feel sorry for his a**...he thinks he is going to attract a mature woman acting this way...he called me laughing saying he has such a fun life.. I felt like I wanted to puke...he has mental issues but heís not dealing with it and drinking away his troubles..donít get me wrong heís fun to hang out with if you feel like drinking..but thatís as far as it goes..smh
    Why are you talking to him and why do you care about the behavior? He should be blocked.

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    Originally Posted by boltnrun
    You sound angry about his "partying".

    Are you angry with him because his partying ruined your relationship?

    And why are you still speaking to him?
    yes it ruined our relationship. He is an alcohol in denial and his only relationship is with alcohol.

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