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    This never happened - just throwing the scenario out there for the purposes of research.. :cool:
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    You're preparing to tell a girl that your 'relationship' is over, although it was never really a boyfriend/girlfriend thing in the first place, she's moving away so it's never going to happen etc etc. You have nothing in common, personality clash and many other things.

    In the meantime, the night before this is meant to happen in a mature and adult fashion, you go out and get ridiculously drunk and happen to take home a girl that you actually do quite like.

    Anyways, the following morning, when you are just lying in bed asleep beside the same girl, you get a text message from the girl you're about to give the boot to asking if you're in your apartment. Apparently you happen to have in her possession a hat that she owns. You ignore message and decide to leave problem until later...

    Fifteen minutes later, there is a knock on the apartment door and someone happens to let in a person who knocks on the bedroom door where you are. You foolishly think it was someone else and the first girl walks in - instinctively the girl you're with tries to hide under the duvet.

    Anyway, first girl doesn't notice and walks around room talking about random stuff, and then cops it and asks if there was a girl here.

    At that very moment, the girl under the duvet pops up and says, "Claire!!", she exclaims

    And it turns out that the two girls went to school together and haven't seen each other in five years so they proceed to have a reunion conversation while you sit there on the bed beside them wondering what exactly you're going to say.

    They are the only two people from their former school [200 miles away] that happen to live in the particular city where this takes place.

    Eventually the girl you were planning to give the boot gets up, gives the other girl a hug, and leaves the room without saying a word to you.

    In that situation, what would you say to the ex in a phonecall trying to explain?

    And, is that just me, or is that a very, very freakish set of circumstances?
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    (Original post by Teofilo)
    This never happened - just throwing the scenario out there for the purposes of research.. :cool:
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    You're preparing to tell a girl that your 'relationship' is over, although it was never really a boyfriend/girlfriend thing in the first place, she's moving away so it's never going to happen etc etc. You have nothing in common, personality clash and many other things.

    In the meantime, the night before this is meant to happen in a mature and adult fashion, you go out and get ridiculously drunk and happen to take home a girl that you actually do quite like.

    Anyways, the following morning, when you are just lying in bed asleep beside the same girl, you get a text message from the girl you're about to give the boot to asking if you're in your apartment. Apparently you happen to have in her possession a hat that she owns. You ignore message and decide to leave problem until later...

    Fifteen minutes later, there is a knock on the apartment door and someone happens to let in a person who knocks on the bedroom door where you are. You foolishly think it was someone else and the first girl walks in - instinctively the girl you're with tries to hide under the duvet.

    Anyway, first girl doesn't notice and walks around room talking about random stuff, and then cops it and asks if there was a girl here.

    At that very moment, the girl under the duvet pops up and says, "Claire!!", she exclaims

    And it turns out that the two girls went to school together and haven't seen each other in five years so they proceed to have a reunion conversation while you sit there on the bed beside them wondering what exactly you're going to say.

    They are the only two people from their former school [200 miles away] that happen to live in the particular city where this takes place.

    Eventually the girl you were planning to give the boot gets up, gives the other girl a hug, and leaves the room without saying a word to you.

    In that situation, what would you say to the ex in a phonecall trying to explain?

    And, is that just me, or is that a very, very freakish set of circumstances?
    My god you've thought about this for a long time!
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    veryyy detailed to say it never happened
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    (Original post by Summer of 69)
    veryyy detailed to say it never happened
    never was a very good liar! ok so it happened recently (yesterday to be more precise) and remains unresolved!
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    hmmm 'Let's talk this over some scones'


    it will sound very classy. :yep:
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    That would be pretty funny.
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    Oh in terms of what to do.... I don't see that in terms of "explaining" it's really any different to cheating on her with any other girl (which is basically what you did). It also doesn't really matter if you were going to break up with her anyway? I feel a text message saying "What a coincidence! She's a nice girl, isnt she!" should suffice.
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    (Original post by serrellen)
    Oh in terms of what to do.... I don't see that in terms of "explaining" it's really any different to cheating on her with any other girl (which is basically what you did). It also doesn't really matter if you were going to break up with her anyway? I feel a text message saying "What a coincidence! She's a nice girl, isnt she!" should suffice.
    Not sure; feel like I might as well add "she's a nice girl (well nicer than you anyway)" to that, which wouldn't exactly be pleasant.

    A friend of mine said she thinks the girlfriend was just extremely embarrassed at walking in and finding it was an old friend. Really dont know.
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    You missed out on a threesome there!!
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    never was a very good liar! ok so it happened recently (yesterday to be more precise) and remains unresolved!
    im just too good!
    and in answer to your original question ... no idea
 
 
 
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