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    (Original post by Coolisbelieveing)
    Ok so I have really got to find a way to ruin the friendship which exists between my family and my ex girlfriends family.

    Me and my ex broke up three years ago and I'm completely over that, but the thing I hate is that our families are still friends, even though were not. My sister has invited them all, including my ex, to her 2017 wedding, so I must seek a way to ruin this friendship once and for all.

    I don't wanna see my ex ever again and her family, who turned their backs on me after the breakup, I don't want them having any communication with my family.

    I am over her and all I want is to never see her again.
    I know this feel. i used to be friends with this guy, he stopped talking to me (Thinks I'm a loser) but my mum and his still talk. Just don't pay them any attention. Say hello when you see them and ignore them for the rest of the day.
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    Well you're clearly not completely over her, or over her at all.

    It's not your wedding, you don't get to decide things like this.
    You should be able to tolerate their collective presences.
 
 
 
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