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    Hey, last night i was at a party and i was on facebook breifly (I'm not sure why, other people where) anyways i went to have a snowball fight and told my mate who i trusted to sign me out. Anyways my mate sent this girl i know a marriage request (I'am quite sure the girl likes me), but i don't feel the same. Anyways now i'm sure that she thiink we're going out propearly i was being dead horribly flirty on the new relationship status.

    So advice with this situation

    And whats your view on Facebook marriage
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    Just tell her you were at a party and that your friend sent the request, not you.
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    just tell her someone facebook raped you... i don't see the issue
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    I'm pretty sure it's legally binding.
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    ffs! say a friend fraped you... i mean that is what happened...
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    It's a frape, just tell her and she won't hold it against you. Lesson learned: always sign yourself out.
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    Yep, claim you were fraped :yep: It won't even be lying, seeing as that is what actually happened
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    facebook divorce her ass
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    Divorce her... she'll know the deal
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    I think Facebook marriages should be legally binding.
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    Change the status to it's complicated
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    don't divorce, pretty sure you'll be accused of bigomy if you marry anyone else now..
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    You honestly had to ask TSR what to do? :facepalm2:
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    Just tell her the truth.
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    (Original post by charcharchar)
    don't divorce, pretty sure you'll be accused of bigomy if you marry anyone else now..
    Do you understand how bigamy works? :curious:
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    (Original post by i.am.lost)
    Do you understand how bigamy works? :curious:

    It was sarcasm...
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    Is she fit?
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    (Original post by Urkel)
    Just tell her the truth.
    Your sig is epic
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    It was more of a story aswell as a advice, i was out with her today and she actaully thought we were going out i was like woahhhhhhh, and then explained that it was my friend and she was like pissed off at both of us and hasn't said anything to either of us hahha... and no she anit fit haha
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    i was out with her today with a big group and she actaully thoguht we were going out, i explained what happened and that it wasn't me and now she like hates both of us and isn't speaking to us....... and i thought it would be a funny story to put on here as there wasn't a facebook marriage thread and i find it topic funny
 
 
 
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