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    Risk your life to save a friend?
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    Yes.
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    depends who the friend is tbh
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    (Original post by Clockrice)
    Yes.
    You definitely do! Don't talk like that you are a worthwhile human being, I'm sorry you're feeling like this by if it's upsetting you, please speak to someone
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    Yes. Always.
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    No only siblings
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    Labelling the people I talk to as 'friends' is difficult because I haven't really formed an emotional bond with any of them.
    I probably wouldn't risk my life to save theirs. My family is another story.
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    (Original post by xobeauty)
    No only siblings
    why
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    (Original post by PikahBoo)
    why
    natural instincts and instant reaction tells me to jump infront of a bullet for my siblings? I'd dodge it for friends.
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    (Original post by xobeauty)
    natural instincts and instant reaction tells me to jump infront of a bullet for my siblings? I'd dodge it for friends.
    save your husband or sibling?
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    (Original post by PikahBoo)
    save your husband or sibling?
    Siblings!!! isnt that a given??
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    (Original post by PikahBoo)
    save your husband or sibling?
    husband

    (Original post by xobeauty)
    Siblings!!! isnt that a given??
    you think the death of your husband would have less impact of your life than your sibling?
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    (Original post by d1ck)
    husband



    you think the death of your husband would have less impact of your life than your sibling?
    I know for a fact.
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    (Original post by xobeauty)
    I know for a fact.
    you either must have reallly great siblings or you don't plan on loving your husband properly.

    imo, after marriage husband comes first. you become one anyway. you personally invest your time etc into him.
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    (Original post by d1ck)
    you either must have reallly great siblings or you don't plan on loving your husband properly.

    imo, after marriage husband comes first. you become one anyway. you personally invest your time etc into him.
    You would save your husband/ wife before your sibling?

    I believe husband comes first but not before my siblings if their around like I'm serving them a glass of water before my husband.
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    (Original post by xobeauty)
    You would save your husband/ wife before your sibling?

    I believe husband comes first but not before my siblings if their around like I'm serving them a glass of water before my husband.
    How many siblings you got
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    (Original post by xobeauty)
    You would save your husband/ wife before your sibling?

    I believe husband comes first but not before my siblings if their around like I'm serving them a glass of water before my husband.
    yes, I would (if I loved him - which is obviously implied but some married couples don't love each other sad truth I know)

    saying your husband comes first and then saying something/someone else comes before him is contradictory. I would give my husband a glass of water first as well lol
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    well actually I'd bring multiple glasses at once but you get the gist.
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    (Original post by d1ck)
    yes, I would (if I loved him - which is obviously implied but some married couples don't love each other sad truth I know)

    saying your husband comes first and then saying something/someone else comes before him is contradictory. I would give my husband a glass of water first as well lol
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    well actually I'd bring multiple glasses at once but you get the gist.
    She is blessed with beauty but not brains< don't mind her.
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    (Original post by d1ck)
    yes, I would (if I loved him - which is obviously implied but some married couples don't love each other sad truth I know)

    saying your husband comes first and then saying something/someone else comes before him is contradictory. I would give my husband a glass of water first as well lol
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    well actually I'd bring multiple glasses at once but you get the gist.
    Are you not close to your siblings?
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    (Original post by xobeauty)
    Are you not close to your siblings?
    I am, I spend alot of the time with them but not as close as I would be with a significant other. Nothing is like that bond I'd imagine. There are things you'd tell a significant other that you wouldn't tell a sibling but I fail to see that vice versa.

    Even with siblings there's distance, you don't spend the rest of your life with siblings do you - you all separate and go and build lives with someone else. Your significant other is literally the most intimate shareholder in your whole life. Imo you should have the trust of a sibling with them plus more.

    You share with them what you share with none else tbh. Idk about you, depends what a husband means to you lol. Boyf is a different thing.
 
 
 
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