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    yes it expires and dies.
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    Depends where you buy it from....
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    (Original post by writergirl)
    yeahh. right next to the barcode saying how much he's worth
    LMAO!!! haha, if only that were true (sigh)
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    (Original post by Dodo XD)
    LMAO!!! haha, if only that were true (sigh)
    Aw i know, tell me about it. would save us so much hassle and time finding out for ourselves :p:
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    (Original post by writergirl)
    Aw i know, tell me about it. would save us so much hassle and time finding out for ourselves :p:
    yep, we should just get them to stand in a line...Bottoms Up!
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    (Original post by aspiration)
    it seems like everyones getting divorced...

    if half of people are getting divorced

    then the other half must be miserable

    or just not reached that stage yet

    does love expire

    i think every blow to your relationship

    every unsolved fight

    every word of hurt

    slowly kills the love

    if you look at love as a meter..

    your views..

    p.s i did love my bf but ive also loved every long term bf ever since ?! (3)
    Love, like everything else, in the end, will die a slow, agonising, torrid, empty and confusing death.. just like our very own rotting carcuses...
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    How depressing.
    In just one thread, the amazing concept of "love" has been reduced to something you'd find in a bin outside Tesco.
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    "The feelings of lust at the start of every new relationship die after about 6 months, and are replaced by mutual feelings of respect and friendship which form the basis of the new relationship."
    What a load of ****.
 
 
 
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