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****ing lost it today and possibly broke his mobile phone. Is my anger justified? Watch

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    (Original post by loooopppyyy)
    Not going to continue arguing, the fact of the matter is;

    You broke your other halfs phone in a fit of rage over something extremely trivial.
    Didn't perceive this as wrong.
    Then qq on these forums thinking the majority will take your side and sympathise with you.
    We don't.
    You then consider us ALL wrong and won't take anyones advice.

    // Close thread probably a good idea right about now to avoid more embarrassment.
    Speak for yourself. A few people actually said that he was the one who ****ed up.
    Embarrassment? Over anon internet post? Are you serious?
 
 
 
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