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Would you ever choose a guy/girl over your family? watch


    (Original post by TheMaskedLady)
    Definitely family. They're permanent and have been there since day 1. Obviously this person isn't a very good partner if you have to choose between them and your family. A partner should be someone who ends up BECOMING family. Not some jealous prick. Go find a new partner who likes your family and doesnt make you choose between them coz that's just childish and selfish.
    Sometimes their family are racist or are coming between the relationship because of traditional views or unjustifiable reasons. Things like that is not the partners fault. Do you think you should still choose family in a case like that?

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    (Original post by Hydeman)
    Making me feel special is rather necessary for your ban to be lifted. :pierre:
    It would be important to note I am not as persistent with pursuing anyone else's most quoted spot. How much more special do you need me to make you feel? :sigh:

    My skin is thicker than rhino hide already, thanks. :hand: Funny thing is, I don't even remember the joke now, but I still insist on keeping up the rep boycott. :holmes:
    I feel it'd be unwise to remind you of it. :sigh: And of course you would. You have to be awkward, don't you?
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